A common growing pain we noticed among NetSuite customers is that scripts and integrations were not regularly monitored. Scripts usually fail because of changes in the business process, resulting in new scenarios. Integrations fail because systems are out of sync and can’t communicate properly, such as a GL Account changed in NetSuite but not reflected in your procurement system.
So, you use NetSuite and Postman to explore your ERP data. Using NetSuite SuiteQL and Postman it’s a walk in the park. You even got used to reading the “Pretty” JSON response in the console. But something is missing. You would prefer to look at the data in a tabular fashion. Maybe copy/paste the data into excel for further manipulation. Maybe take a quick snapshot of the data and share it.
This portlet displays the differences in data over selected time intervals for up to three KPIs in a single chart.. Adhering to the three basic principles of creating the underlying saved searches (link to blog), these can be used as KPIs elsewhere in NetSuite.
Sometimes we forget how the little things in life are so very powerful. Sometimes this is true of your SaaS ERP provider, like NetSuite… they provide the goodies, we just forget to use them.
NetSuite ERP allows a unique opportunity to extend it seamlessly to support your current and future business requirements. Some extensions are configuration based, others customization leveraging NetSuite SuiteScripts and Web Services.
This blog explains how this can be set up in NS with appropriate integration with Saleforce and subsequent revenue recognition.
One of the most complex aspects auditors go through every year is review of all General Ledger impacting transactions for fraud and error. This is part of the Statement of Auditing Standard (SAS) 99 and is a required step for all financial audits – both for public and private companies.
NetSuite is a robust cloud-based system that has many amazing useful features and processes that streamline everything from financial needs to human resource needs.