Dead Net

April 15th, 2022

What concessions go into your dead net pricing?


Today’s post is by Ronald D. Southard, CEO at SafeSourcing Inc.

What concessions go into your dead net pricing?

Dead net pricing is not always an obvious outcome of your suppler negotiations.

Dead net sales income refers to the income that a retailer earns after considering any discounts that they earn from their supplier. Some vendors will provide allowances, trade credits, and other deals, so using the suppliers list price to calculate income requires adjustments for these factors. The retailer adds the effects of these supplier concessions into the cost of goods sold, and it subtracts this net cost from its sales revenue to get dead net sales income.

If you’d like to learn more about how SafeSourcing goes about collecting information relaitive to  dead net pricing, please contact a SafeSourcing customers services associate.


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