CoreBridge offers an efficient way to ensure that sales and work orders get processed accurately with our uniform data entry system. Our pricing models below allow you to control what discounts are offered, designate preferred customer pricing and specify the profit margin on every order through our automated templates. Simply fill out the required input and future transaction will be automatically accurate. No more confusion between the sales team, accounting office, and managers on what customers will be charged.

Cost-Plus Pricing

Totals your product costs (including labor and overhead) and adds the specified profit margin. CoreBridge offers a variable margin depending on desired overall profitability, market conditions, quantity ordered, and designated customer price levels. There are also advanced options that give you exceptional control over your pricing structure. We recommend cost-plus pricing as it gives you the greatest amount of control over pricing and can ensure that you do not charge less than your actual cost.

Market-Based Pricing

Determine what your highest retail price is and let our system do the rest. Discounts will be automatically calculated based on prior specified conditions.

Manually Entered Pricing

Allows you the flexibility to enter the price at the point of sale. You can enter the retail price, or to help maintain margins on vended products, you can enter the cost of the product and CoreBridge will automatically add the correct margin.


One of the many benefits of using CoreBridge is that you have the flexibility to set your pricing model exactly how you need it. You can choose to use one model exclusively, or mix and match depending on the needs for a given item.

Customer Specific Pricing Tiers

Have a preferred customer? Assign a specific pricing tier based on whatever factors you choose (total sales volume, promotion, loyalty, etc.) to offer your best customers the rewards they deserve. In addition, you can set a single customer to multiple tiers based on products. This enables you to designate a lower price tier for products that a customer buys frequently while setting a higher price tier for products they don't buy as often.