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PIR Changes

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Hello

Do you know if there is a std way to track the reasons why a price change from period to period

Is there any place where procurement can add some reasons to bridge and explain the increase?

Maybe by breaking down the inforecord in the main conditions, by difference, we will know what was the main reason of increase?

BR

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BijayKumarBarik
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You can check condition type associated with PIR...

Gold and Petrol price changes everyday - do you want to track vice versa!