Komet Sales allows company users to manage fresh cut flowers and hard goods. In order to start using the hard goods in the system, these will need to be set up.


Hard Goods Setup

Follow these steps:

Go to Setup > Settings and locate the Order Entry menu. In the case of multilocation companies, the path is the same.

 Click on the "Hard Goods" link.

 Enable the Hard Goods option. Notice that once this option is set up, a new option called "

Adding Additional Charges to Hard Goods

When editing hard goods, you can add to them additional charges which will be automatically applied when adding the hard good to an invoice.

Go to Setup > Products and click on the hard goods products link.

 Click on Edit, in the Actions column.

Click on the Additional Charges tab.

 Click on Add additional charge to associate a new charge or click on the charge name, in the Additional Charge column for edit it.

 Enter the name and the amount for the additional charge.

 Click on Save.

Creating Categories

Once this feature is enabled company users can start adding hard goods categories and subcategories. In order to do so, follow the steps below:

Go to Setup > Products and click on the "manage categories" link.

Click on the green Add Category button.

 Type in the information requested (name, division, category, subcategory, etc) and click on Save.

Adding Hard Goods to the Product Master

With categories and subcategories created users can start adding hard goods to the product's master:

Go to Setup > Products and click on the hard goods products link.

 Click on the "Add Product" green button

 Type in the requested information and click on Save.

 Once the user saves the product information, the Vendor tab will appear in the same window. Click on it to choose the vendor name (required), pack size (required), SKU (required), unit price and cost.

You will be able to upload an image for the hard good (one per each vendor). Once you upload the image, you will be able to send it by email or change it. This image will be visible from the Pricing and Add Order screens.

Keep in mind that each item will have two different UPC numbers:

  • Case UPC: this number will identify the case where the units come from.
  • Unit UPC: this number will identify the units within the case. If this field is left blank then the units will have the "Case UPC" once the case is opened.

When setting up the hard goods products there are two discount: Discount % and Qty for Discount.

  • Discount %: the percentage of the discount that's given.
  • Qty for Discount: the minimum quantity that must be sold for the discount to apply.


When the salesperson sells over the minimum set quantity, the system will automatically apply the discount to the hard goods items when invoicing.

(lightbulb)Roles enabled to perform this action:  Admin, Setup, Sales, Sales Manager, Procurement Manager.