Posts tagged SuiteScript
NetSuite vs SAP

Let me start off by totally undermining the title of this blog. It’s the wrong question!! If you have been searching for the answer to this question, or researching to discover why you should buy one over the other, I’m sorry to say, but you’ve got it all backwards!! So many organisations do.  And here is why!

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Atom NetSuite Snippets for SuiteScript 2.0

We have updated our NetSuite-Atom-Snippet repository on GitHub to add more SuiteScript 2.0 templates. These shells have enabled us to develop our scripts rapidly and with confidence.

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Automated Testing For NetSuite Development

Automating testing is the process of testing a system or piece of software automatically without the need to have a person, or user, take time to test it themselves. It also allows the same test to be run multiple times if needed and the testing process will not change by accident or user error.

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Working With NetSuite's Chart of Accounts

Anytime I meet a prospective or new client to discuss their Chart of Accounts (COA), I always set the president that NetSuite is an accounting system first and foremost. This means everything starts with establishing a good COA. Here are some of the key considerations you should make when setting up your NetSuite COA.

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Faceoff: NetSuite vs Microsoft

Anyone who has been given the task of finding new software for their business will understand that there are many options out there. Your company size, industry and need can determine what systems match your requirements. However, there are ‘big players’ in this game, software that is built for a wide variety of industries and needs.

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Managing Dashboards in NetSuite

You can create a unique dashboard set up to ensure maximum efficiency and ease when you use NetSuite. NetSuite displays a variable set of tabbed pages, called a centre. Most of the tabbed pages on each centre contain a collection of portlets which displays real-time data relevant to the page and your role. This collection of portlets is called a dashboard.

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3 Ways of Leveraging NetSuite's Saved Searches That You've Never Thought Of

One of my favourite features within NetSuite is the saved search function, which gives me the ability to create any type of custom data set that I can dream up. As a developer saved searches provide me with various options for solving repetitive problems and reporting issues for clients. So with all that in mind, here are three ways I have leveraged saved searches over the past number of months to solve some quite complex issues for clients.

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