As a NetSuite User, Administrator or Implementor, you don’t have to be a professional accountant. However, knowing some basic concepts helps you understand how your department or function impacts the company’s financials. With some basic accounting knowledge, you can validate if the item or transaction is configured correctly, meaning is it hitting your financial statements the way that it should. For the non accountants, there are 2 accounting concepts that are helpful: a basic accounting equation that always have to balance plus the use of debits and credits.
A memorized transaction is a transaction you set up to recur in NetSuite. Memorizing transactions allows user to record transactions frequently depending on the frequency that the user has defined.
Did you know that you can include landed costs on your inbound shipments? In this blog, I am going to build upon the prior Inbound Shipments blog, by sharing with you NetSuite’s functionality on how to include landed costs with inbound shipments.
How many times have you created an intercompany bill and lost track of if you created the corresponding intercompany invoice to offset? Or you are doing your audits and take forever to find the corresponding intercompany transaction?
A common headache for our Client's accounting departments month end process is expense allocations. It's often time consuming and having to remember or keep track of the allocation methodology used each time. NetSuite has an Advance Financial tool that does just that automatically.
A challenge for Non For Profit NetSuite Clients are the numerous segmentations that can be applied in a transaction. A Donation, Pledge, or Grant record could require multiple segmentations to help the Client manage funds that are coming into the organizations; many funds have specific applications or restrictions on how it can be used. If used improperly, it can cause Client to lose the funds. SuiteKey is designed specifically to help the User more efficiently enter data on a transaction level.
In NetSuite, user can put almost everything in “name” field, and NetSuite does a pretty good job on helping exported CSV file with correct format.