Hello fellow forum members,
I hope this message finds you all well. I’m currently working on a project and could really use some expert advice and insights. I am in the process of developing an e-commerce platform where products need to display different prices based on the user’s associated company and their respective price tier (1, 2, or 3). Additionally, some companies have custom prices for specific products, adding an extra layer of complexity to the pricing structure.
Here’s a bit more detail about my situation:
Price Tiers: Each user belongs to a company, and each company is assigned a price tier (1, 2, or 3). Different price tiers have predefined discounts, affecting the product prices accordingly.
Custom Prices: Some companies require custom pricing for certain products, regardless of their designated tier. This means that for specific products, a company’s custom price should override the default tier-based price.
Considering these requirements, I’m wondering how I can effectively implement this pricing structure within my e-commerce platform. I’ve pondered a few approaches:
Thank you in advance for taking the time to read my post. Your expertise would be immensely valuable in helping me navigate this challenge and design a robust solution.