Universal Containers (UC) is looking to implement a CPQ + B2B Commerce multi-cloud solution and use the CPQ B2B Commerce Connector to keep the two in sync. As part of this implementation, UC is looking to be able to have a streamlined product and pricing experience. As UC would like to sell product kits with tiered pricing through the self-service storefront, it would like to ensure this model can be supported effectively.
Which two considerations should a Solution Architect keep in mind for the implementation?
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The CPQ B2B Commerce Cloud Connector is an unmanaged package from Salesforce Labs that allows B2B Commerce and CPQ customers to configure or customize functionality12.It syncs products, pricing, quote requests, and orders in both clouds12.
For supporting kits in the B2B Commerce Storefront, they need to create equivalent bundle products on the CPQ side3.A kit is a product that contains other products as components3.A bundle is a product that has one or more options that can be added or removed by a user4.The connector maps kits to bundles using a custom field called Kit ID on both objects3.
On the CPQ 826 Commerce Connector, the default mapping of tiered pricing in 826 Commerce is to Discount Schedules in CPQ5.Tiered pricing lets you set different prices for different quantities of a product5. Discount schedules let you apply discounts based on quantity or amount ranges for a product.The connector maps tiered prices to discount schedules using a custom field called Tiered Price ID on both objects5.