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.
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.
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.
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.
Personal preferences in NetSuite relate only to yourself and your account. Preferences that relate to the whole NetSuite instance are found under ‘General Preferences’.
CRM software applications can help your company organise, automate and synchronize certain areas of your business such as sales and marketing, customer service and technical support. CRM helps your company to manage relationships with current and potential customers, by using certain methodologies, software and internet capabilities.
Discover how to setup and manage general preferences for your NetSuite instance.
At SuiteWorld 2017, NetSuite announced that they would be supporting ECMAScript 5, but what if you want to use the newer ECMAScript 6? Our R&D team have been using the newer ES6 with SuiteScript 2.0 for the past few months with great success.
There is nothing more frustrating than having an all singing, all dancing, bells and whistles solution, yet not have a clue what the terminology surrounding the product really means. That's why we have pulled together this brief article outlining some of the more frequently asked questions when it comes to the terminology around NetSuite. When it comes to a business software solution, it's important to not feel daunted by words and phrases you may not be used to.
In the current digital age, media & publishing companies are combatting a vast range of products, delivery channels and revenue models, not to mention the array of advertising and sponsorship options. Clients may pay by the month, week, day, or even per article, all the while advertisers may have deals that range from placement across several publications and websites to varied options spanning video ads, specialized content or webinar sponsorships.
How to manage your NetSuite credentials and security questions, and stay secure!
Twas the night before Christmas in the North Pole, and Santa was preparing for his Christmas deliveries. Whilst sat by his tree drinking a cup of hot cocoa, Santa was musing through his naughty and nice list, ensuring he had prepared accurately. But there was a problem, though Santa had been used to his stone-age software, this year somehow felt different. Unlike the Santa we know, the frustration was bubbling up inside him, inaccurate data, glitchy processes, and unintelligible information had gotten the best of him!
Manufacturing is a complex and fast-moving sector, with a stream of constant innovations and changes on the horizon it’s no wonder that modern manufacturers are depending more and more on software to stay on top of their business! This is when Manufacturers need a software friend, and we have the answer!
The digital revolution has ushered in a new age of opportunities for the business landscape. The internet has offered organisations of all sizes opportunities to expand their reach further than previously imagined, or even possible. Nearly anyone can launch an online store to sell their products, with solutions that sometimes make it feel all too easy to quickly launch a site in record time
Combining artistry and technology, Blue Microphones designs and manufactures innovative recording instruments for the consumer and professional markets. Hear from the team at Blue Microphones as they discuss their approach, their products, their business, and how NetSuite supports and streamlines their operations through extremely rapid growth.
The pains, frustrations, and challenges of software can sometimes seem impossible to fully grasp. Using this information to make educated decisions on your businesses software strategy can be even more difficult!
We have said it so many times before, along with others, the manufacturing industry is changing rapidly. With the advances in technology and the internet over the last decade, the number one question on the majority of manufacturing leader’s minds is not a matter of if they should adapt, but when?!
There is no doubt, the future business lives and breathes in the cloud, and it's been obvious for quite some time! More and more businesses want the benefits of being a cloud based organisation for many reasons, but why is it that one Cloud based business application is achieving way more than any other on the market! Why is NetSuite continually retaining the title of The #1 Cloud ERP in the world?!
A stuffy room full of employees wearing matching uniforms, trudging along to their cubicles where they are tied into using certain devices and software. Begrudgingly, sat down in front of desktops, with software their organisation possibly paid millions to acquire, populating forms on the company’s database so their managers will be happy and give them a pat on the back.
This is the image that often springs to our minds when confronted with the idea of business IT and Software
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!