If you are thinking of implementing NetSuite's Fixed Asset Management Bundle, you will most likely have existing assets that are currently being depreciating. These are the Mid Life Assets that you will need to bring into the Fixed Asset module. I want to share with you some tips and tricks that have helped me when I've uploaded assets for customers.
As much as we plan and prepare, most projects will run into situations that throw either budget, schedule, or both off tracks. Sometimes you can save the go live date or budget and sometimes you need to make a change. This is where the project manager is worth their weight in gold. Generally speaking, there are 3 stages a project manager goes through when a project is off track. How well a project manager handles each stage is a direct impact to the success of the project.
One of NetSuite’s hidden gems is their robust catalog of SuiteApps, which are add-on bundles built by NetSuite that enhance existing functionality and are often available completely free of charge. SuiteApps range from custom reporting to meet country-specific tax requirements to improved employee and subsidiary navigation interfaces to a drag and drop tool for attaching files to records (one of my personal favorites). In today’s post, I’ll discuss the Effective Date Pricing SuiteApp, which allows you to schedule and automate pricing updates in your NetSuite environment.
As a NetSuite Administrator, it's important to know tips and tricks of how to troubleshoot and manage system integrity. NetSuite provides an Administrator with a lot of auditing tools to help him or her do their job well. Below are a few more commonly used auditing functions.
There are many articles highlighting the pros and cons of NetSuite ERP vs SAP Business by Design. This blog will focus on some of the key differences. Note, SAP has recently made their Business One module available for cloud deployment as well. Business One is available in cloud only, on-premises or a hybrid approach. In this article we will focus on ByD for a more direct comparison of cloud only platforms.
The impact of the internet on how retailers do business cannot be overstated, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Retailers used to be reliant on physical inventory in on-site warehouses to fulfill orders, but a growing number of businesses never even see the products that they are selling as drop-shipping has become a common approach for meeting customer demand in a timely manner. NetSuite offers native support for on-site fulfillment, drop shipments, and special orders, as well as mixing and matching all three approaches simultaneously. In this post, I’ll discuss how drop shipments and special orders are handled in NetSuite and how to best leverage the available configuration options to meet your business needs.