NetSuite For Dummies

NetSuite For Dummies

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NetSuite is an easy-to-use, customizable enterprise software for running your business. Part I explains NetSuite basics everyone should know. Part II focuses on tracking money (accounting, AR, AP, and managing inventory). Parts III, IV, and V explain how to sell and market your products, take care of customers, and sell goods online with NetSuite. Part VI describes how to gauge your progress using dashboards and analytics. Bonus chapters provide information about scripting, customization, and setting up your Web site (see the Downloads tab). Table of contents: Part 1: NetSuite Basics Part II: Using NetSuite's Various Components Part III: How to use NetSuite for your specific business Part IV: Configuring NetSuite Part V: Getting organized with NetSuite. Bringing it all together Part VI: Advanced stuff Part VII: The Part of Tens
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  • Paperback | 480 pages
  • 188 x 236 x 25mm | 689g
  • John Wiley & Sons Ltd
  • Chichester, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1. Auflage
  • 0470191074
  • 9780470191071
  • 239,918

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Get the lowdown on NetSuite's CRM and ERP Web-based system righthere!

Want to streamline your business? This is your definitive guideto NetSuite, the customizable, Software as a Service (SaaS) systemthat will make your job easier. With tips on navigating the variousparts of the system, using the "click, not code" capability, andextending and integrating NetSuite into other systems, this bookwill get you up and running.

Learn the basics -- get started with setup, customization, forms and records, and terminology

Show me the money -- explore bookkeeping, accounting, invoicing, and bill paying

Automate your sales force -- develop leads and handlefulfillment, shipping, and customer projects

Attract and keep customers -- learn to use NetSuite both asa marketing tool and to manage relationships and customer care

Set up and host your virtual storefront -- plan your site, create content, take orders online, and integrate with othersites

Learn analytics features -- master saved searches, keyperformance indicators, and reporting

Visit the companion Web site at find seven bonus chapters that help you take NetSuite to thenext level, including chapters on managing partner relationships, customization, security, and working with SuiteScript.

Open the book and find:

Fundamentals of NetSuite

How to manage your organization's money more effectively

Tips for streamlining your sales force

Advice for providing excellent customer care

How to enable transactions on your site

Methods for producing real-time business intelligence

Strategies for accessing NetSuite's extreme adaptability

Ten strategies for successful NetSuite implementations

Learn to:

Apply the NetSuite CRM and ERP Web solutions

Become proficient with the various components of NetSuite

Configure NetSuite using the "click, not code" capability

Get organized and bring all the parts together
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Table of contents

Introduction. Part I: NetSuite Basics. Chapter 1: Peeking Under the NetSuite Hood. Chapter 2: Tailoring NetSuite to Your Company. Chapter 3: Personalizing Your Suite. Chapter 4: Grabbing Hold of the Dashboard. Part II: Tracking Money and Resources. Chapter 5: Bookkeeping Basics. Chapter 6: Invoicing Customers and Paying the Bills. Chapter 7: Managing Inventory. Part III: Marketing and Driving Sales. Chapter 8: Building a Campaign: Marketing Automation. Chapter 9 : Setting Up Sales Force Automation. Chapter 10: Turning Leads into Customers. Part IV: Taking Care of Your Partners and Customers. Chapter 11: Delivering the Goods: Fulfi llment and Shipping. Chapter 12: Managing Projects. Chapter 13: Providing Excellent Customer Service. Part V: Selling Online. Chapter 14: Planning Your Web Site. Chapter 15: Adding Content to Your Site. Chapter 16: Making Your Site Look Great. Chapter 17: Let the Shopping Begin. Chapter 18: Fine-Tuning Your Site. Part VI: Dashboards, Searches, and Analytics. Chapter 19: Realizing the Power of Saved Searches. Chapter 20: Exposing Metrics on Your Dashboard. Chapter 21: Reporting and Analytics. Part VII: The Part of Tens. Chapter 22: Ten-Plus Key Differentiators. Chapter 23: Ten Tips for a Successful Implementation. Chapter 24: Ten Frequently Asked Questions. Bonus Chapters on the Companion Web Site... On the Web. Bonus Chapter 1: Managing Partner Relationships. Bonus Chapter 2: Hosting Your Site. Bonus Chapter 3: Integrating an External Site. Bonus Chapter 4: Creating Custom Fields, Tabs, and Tables. Bonus Chapter 5: Writing Your Own Ticket with SuiteScript. Bonus Chapter 6: Securing Your NetSuite Account. Bonus Chapter 7: Exploring Advanced Topics. Index.
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About Malin Huffman

Julie Kelly is a consultant for a NetSuite solutions provider and has authored NetSuite technical documentation. Luke Braud is a SaaS application engineer with multiple U.S. patents in SaaS delivery. Malin Huffman is a Principal Product Manager at NetSuite, responsible for defining software feature requirements.
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