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A rule allows you to set up your own customized automated procedures that take place when you complete a sale.  Rules are easy to set up: Just select the conditions (type of customer, date range and inventory group) that must be met for the rule action to take place.   There is no limit to the number of rules you can create.   There are four different types of rule actions. 

The first type of action is a quantity discount.  Buy a specified quantity of a group of items and receive a discount.  A percent discount can be given on just one item in item in the group (buy 2 get 1 at 50% off).  For example, if the following prices are in the specified group: $21.99, $19.95 & $17.95, a 50% discount would be given on the one priced at $19.95.  A total percent discount of all items in the specified group can also be given.   This action can also be used to change a price level.  For example, if a customer is signed up for one of your classes, they could receive price level 2 on all items needed for the class.

The next type of action is used for customers to earn points (frequent buyer).  Points can be based on the number of items, total amount of the sale, total cost of the sale or total profit on a sale.  You define the number of points given.  For example, each dollar can earn from 1 point or 10,000 points.  Points are stored with the customer's information and a detailed report of point usage can easily be displayed and printed.  When you start a sale, the customer's total points are displayed on the screen.  

The third type of action allows you to define the way customers can use the points they have accumulated.  Points can be redeemed for a percent or a flat rate discount on one or more items in the specified group.  For example: For each "1000 points receive $10 off" or "Buy  ten widgets and get the eleventh free". 

The last type of action gives you the ability to automatically print a user-definable form that can include information from the current sale.   The form can be just about anything you can imagine.  For example:  A rental agreement, customer survey, product information, coupons and more!