NetSuite Professional Services
NetSuite Professional Services
NetSuite Professional Services
SkySuite Customers
NetSuite Implementations
NetSuite Scripts and NetSuite SuiteScript
NetSuite Integration and NetSuite SuiteTalk
NetSuite Websites and NetSuite Ecommerce
NetSuite Customizations
NetSuite Consulting
NetSuite Training
NetSuite Support

NetSuite Professional Services

 

Suite of Services

 
SkySuite offers a complete suite of NetSuite professional services including implementations, customizations, scripts, data imports, data integration, other integration, websites, consulting, training and support. This suite of services is designed to guarantee your company's successful transition to NetSuite and continuous value from ongoing use of NetSuite.
 

Why SkySuite?

 
SkySuite has 12 years of functional and technical experience with all NetSuite products, add-on modules, areas and application programming interfaces (APIs). SkySuite's competitive advantage over other NetSuite professional services providers includes SkySuite's extensive knowledge, length of experience, unmatched competence, high level of professionalism and attention to detail. SkySuite has successfully provided NetSuite professional services to over 100 companies of various business sizes, models and industries around the world. SkySuite has successfully designed, programmed and deployed over 1,000 NetSuite scripts and applications for various business purposes.
 

NetSuite Products

 

 NetSuite

 NetSuite OneWorld

 NetSuite Financials

 NetSuite Ecommerce

 NetSuite CRM+

 

NetSuite Add-on Modules

 

 Advanced Billing

 Advanced Financials

 Advanced Inventory

 Advanced Project Accounting

 Custom Checkout Domain

 Dedicated Sandbox

 Dedicated Server

 Demand Planning

 EBay

 Ecommerce Edition

 File/Software Distribution

 Fixed Asset Management

 Incentive Compensation

 Issue Management

 Light Manufacturing

 NetCommerce Analytics

 NetCommerce Multi-Site

 NetCommerce Site Builder

 NetSuite Ltd for JCurve

 ODBC

 Payroll

 Payroll Service

 Pivot Reports

 Revenue Recognition

 Shared Sandbox

 Shipping

 SuiteCloud Plus

 System Status

 Two-Factor Authentication

 

NetSuite Areas

 

 Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

 Accounting

 Professional Services Automation (PSA)

 Services Resource Planning (SRP)

 Website

 Ecommerce

 

NetSuite Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)

 

 SuiteScript

 Scriptable Cart and Checkout

 Website

 SuiteTalk

 Single Sign On

 

NetSuite Business Sizes

 

 1-1,500 Users

 

NetSuite Business Models

 

 Business to Business (B2B)

 Business to Consumer (B2C)

 Wholesale

 Retail

 Products

 Services

 Ecommerce

 

NetSuite Business Industries

 

 Agriculture

 Apparel

 Arts

 Basic Materials

 Beverages

 Biotechnology

 Careers

 Chemicals

 Construction

 Consulting

 Consumer Goods

 Education

 Entertainment

 Financial

 Food

 Health Care

 Hotels

 Industrial Goods

 Information

 Manufacturing

 Media

 Plastics

 Professional Services

 Real Estate

 Recreation

 Sports

 Storage

 Technology

 Telecommunications

 Transportation

 Utilities

 Warehousing

 

NetSuite Professional Services Tips

 

 NetSuite Document Templates: NetSuite tags are replaced with dynamic data when documents are generated from templates. Tags are capitalized, prefixed with NL and include a field ID. Tags are enclosed with <> for email templates and fax templates. Tags are referenced as text field names for PDF templates. Tags are referenced as mail merge field names for letter templates.

 NetSuite CSV Data Imports: Field values are not case sensitive, update a record using the Internal ID, reference a parent record as {entityid} {name} such as 12345 Company ABC and there is a limit of 25,000 records or 50 MB per import job including all files. 2,000-3,000 records can be added or updated per hour depending on the record type, time of day and customizations in a NetSuite account.

 NetSuite Constrained Picklists: To create a constrained picklist, create a custom list, a custom record type with a multiple select field for mapping, another custom record type and an online custom record form (optional for website).

 NetSuite Website Templates: Header, body and footer templates are separated by a 2-25 pixel space depending on the page type and browser. The 2-25 pixel spaces will display the background color. Therefore, it is best to use a website design without content positioned on the spaces separating header, body and footer templates. Header, body and footer templates have square edges/corners. Certain few website pages are not customizable and expose the square edges/corners. Therefore, it is best to use a website design with square edges/corners.

 NetSuite Email Campaigns: To send a campaign email to more than 10,000 recipients, setup a campaign email domain and Domain Key Identified Mail (DKIM) in NetSuite and at a DNS provider.

 NetSuite Formulas: Formulas can be used in the setup of custom fields, saved search criteria, saved search results and workflows. Formulas can reference NetSuite fields and SQL expressions. Formulas cannot reference fields using formulas. Formulas can be used in the setup of reports. In reports, formulas are limited to predefined calculations using report columns.

 NetSuite Saved Searches: Saved search criteria are case sensitive.

 NetSuite Sandbox Account: All record Internal IDs will be the same in the sandbox account as in the production account after a sandbox refresh from the production account.

 NetSuite Application Programming Interfaces (APIs): SuiteScript (script) and SuiteTalk (web service) application programming interfaces (APIs) can be used for NetSuite data integration.

 NetSuite Script Types: The most common script types used are global client-side and server-side including user event, scheduled and suitelet.

 NetSuite Re-queue Scripts: The best design for a scheduled script that will exceed script governance limits is to re-queue the script deployment.

 NetSuite User Event Scripts: For User Event script type, there is a limit of 10 user event functions (per trigger type) that can execute on a record. For example, up to 10 Before Load, 10 Before Submit and 10 After Submit executing functions on a sales order record.

 NetSuite Script Parameters: Script parameters can be passed in URLs, script fields and functions.

 NetSuite SuiteApps/Bundles: When updating SuiteApps/bundles, during installation, selecting replace updates objects, but does not delete data. Selecting add and rename adds objects and appends "_2" to the object ID.