NetSuite For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Oct 19, 2010 - Computers - 480 pages
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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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This is an excellent primer for new users. I have found it very helpful in navigating NetSuite, which is used by one client I have. I am experienced with Sage50 and Quickbooks, and find NetSuite shares many of the same features and capabilities. NetSuite is quite sophisticated and requires more than a book for Dummies to master, but I'm glad this book is available. 

Contents

Introduction
1
Selling Online 257
5
Peeking Under the NetSuite Hood
9
Tailoring NetSuite to Your Company
21
Personalizing Your Suite
37
Grabbing Hold of the Dashboard
51
Tracking Money and Resources
59
Invoicing Customers and Paying the Bills
83
Adding Content to Your Site
271
Making Your Site Look Great
293
Let the Shopping Begin
307
FineTuning Your Site
323
Dashboards Searches and Analytics
337
Exposing Metrics on Your Dashboard
361
Grading Your Business with KPI Scorecards
377
Reporting and Analytics
389

Managing Inventory
109
Marketing and Driving Sales
133
Setting Up Sales Force Automation
159
Turning Leads into Customers
181
Taking Care of Your Partners and Customers
199
Managing Projects
217
Providing Excellent Customer Service
235
Planning Your Web Site
259
TenPlus Key Differentiators
417
Ten Tips for a Successful Implementation
423
Bonus Chapters on the Companion Web Site On the
1
Hosting Your Site
15
Creating Custom Fields Tabs and Tables
31
Writing Your Own Ticket with SuiteScript
49
Exploring Advanced Topics
77
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About the author (2010)

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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