This year marks the 20th anniversary of NetSuite. And while a lot of things have changed since 1998, our mission hasn’t wavered: Enabling organizations to realize their vision by delivering a complete suite of applications to run their business.
In preparation for the first installment of NetSuite’s upcoming four-part webinar series on private equity, we sat down with Cheryl Vijjeswarapu East Coast Head of Private Equity – Oracle NetSuite, to discuss some of the topics we will cover in the first webinar, Private Equity Part 1: Market Trends to Watch. Vijjeswarapu has an extensive background working with a wide-range of businesses from start-up to public enterprise. She is also experienced working both with companies searching for investment and PE-backed businesses from her time as a consultant at Deloitte and her work in the investment advisory world.
A purchase Contract is a type of legal document outlining the different conditions and terms that are related to the Purchase of goods and Services from a vendor. In Netsuite the contract is based on Items, Quantity, Discount, Payment Terms, Special Instructions, Price.
Closing an accounting period means changing its status from Open to Closed. When you close an accounting period, this indicates that posting transactions for the period have been completed. To close an accounting period, go to Setup > Accounting > Manage G/L > Manage Accounting Periods.
CSV import is used to transfer data from other applications in to NetSuite using CSV files. With this method users can add or update multiple records at less time. Users can save time and avoid the manual entry and errors. Before importing the csv file in to netSuite data should be proper format i.e., NetSuite supported format.