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NetSuite for Consultants

By : Peter Ries
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NetSuite for Consultants

By: Peter Ries

Overview of this book

NetSuite For Consultants takes a hands-on approach to help ERP and CRM consultants implement NetSuite quickly and efficiently, as well deepen their understanding of its implementation methodology. During the course of this book, you’ll get a clear picture of what NetSuite is, how it works, and how accounts, support, and updates work within its ecosystem. Understanding what a business needs is a critical first step toward completing any software product implementation, so you'll learn how to write business requirements by learning about the various departments, roles, and processes in the client's organization. Once you've developed a solid understanding of NetSuite and your client, you’ll be able to apply your knowledge to configure accounts and test everything with the users. You’ll also learn how to manage both functional and technical issues that arise post-implementation and handle them like a professional. By the end of this book, you'll have gained the necessary skills and knowledge to implement NetSuite for businesses and get things up and running in the shortest possible time.
Table of Contents (27 chapters)
Section 1: The NetSuite Ecosystem, including the Main Modules, Platform, and Related Features
Section 2: Understanding the Organization You Will Implement the Solution for
Section 3: Implementing an Organization in NetSuite
Section 4: Managing Gaps and Integrations
Appendix: My Answers to Self-Assessments

Who this book is for

This book has two intended audiences. One is people who work for a company that helps other businesses implement NetSuite. We generally refer to those as NetSuite partners or vendors, or sometimes system integrators. They have lots of people on staff whose job it is to work with NetSuite client companies and help them get started on the platform. As these partners hire new people, those folks need to learn more about NetSuite and how to work with clients.

The other audience for this book is anyone working at a NetSuite client company who needs to help their users do more with the product – or maybe they're considering whether they could self-implement without the help of a partner. This will always be a large, challenging task, but you might feel more confident about taking this on after reading this book.