Save searches have emerged as a powerful tool to sift through high volumes of data and uncover relevant information. However, there are instances when you need to extract data for a specific subset of transactions, without the overload of excess information. In this article, we will explore ways to leverage unique identifiers, such as Transaction IDs or Internal IDs, to streamline your search and focus solely on data that matters to you most.
In previous blogs, we’ve seen how native Netsuite functionality can be leveraged to support your pricing process. Pricing scenarios such as customer specific pricing and group pricing allow us to implement robust and logical pricing structures to ensure we charge customers the right price. We extend those concepts in this blog by reviewing quantity based pricing. In Netsuite, quantity based pricing can be set up using standard functionality to help us offer discounts based on quantity sold.
In a previous blog, we introduced you to Netsuite’s price level concept, which helps us assign different pricing for items. We can then take these price levels and assign them to customers allowing customers to receive different pricing for a given item. In this blog, we will continue to explore Netsuite’s pricing concepts and processes by reviewing pricing groups.
NetSuite provides some powerful functionality to help you set item pricing and ensure you are charging your customers the correct price. Tools offered by NetSuite to help you manage item prices include Price Levels, Pricing Groups, Quantity Pricing (and Pricing Schedules), along with free SuiteApps such as their Effective Date Pricing solution. These tools, while helpful, may seem daunting to implement at first but are fairly simple to set up. For this series of blogs, we’ll walk through the different native pricing options you have at your disposal.
With Netsuite’s 2023.1 Release right around the corner, Netsuite is ending support for its Legacy Bill of Materials module. While business critical issues will continue to be addressed and resolved, new feature developments will no longer include Legacy Bill of Materials. As a result, Netsuite recommends migrating to Netsuite’s Advanced Bill of Materials. To be clear, immediate migration to Advanced Bill of Materials is not necessary, but you may be thinking of making the change in the near future. You may also be wondering how Advanced Bill of Materials compares to Legacy Bill of Materials, and what impacts to data you should be aware of.
Successful inventory management is a key component in any business, and understanding the challenges and opportunities in this space is critical to developing successful and impactful processes. One of the challenges in this space with regard to Netsuite has been how to effectively manage inventory that should not be sold, or inventory that can be sold but should otherwise be segregated based on specific attributes. Traditionally, part of the challenge is how to prevent this inventory from being allocated to sales orders or how to track inventory items that share the same item number in Netsuite but may have small differences such as packaging.
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The Vendor Payment Installments feature offers a systemic way to manage vendor bills in several installments. In addition to facilitating a systemic process, the feature also allows you to view aging for each installment based on its due date which is helpful in providing visibility on upcoming bills. In this blog, we’ll walk through the fairly straightforward setup process as well as provide a few considerations you may want to think about as you decide whether to enable this feature.