Company > Classifications > Departments
Check this box to track transaction activity by department, division or other category. You can rename this categorization to your liking at Setup > Company > Rename Records/Transactions.
Track activity by department, division or other category. Departments can be renamed to suit your needs.
Company > Classifications > Locations
Check this box to manage information and activity for distinct locations within your company. For example, companies with multiple offices or warehouses can associate transactions and employees with a location. Then you can view reports with data sorted by location.
Track activity by location. Locations can be renamed to suit your needs.
Company > Classifications > Classes
Check this box to use classes to help you sort transactions in any way you find helpful. Clearing this check box will give you fewer fields to fill out on transaction pages. You can rename this categorization to your liking at Setup > Company > Rename Records/Transactions.
Track activity by categories. Classes can be renamed to suit your needs.
Company > Projects > Projects
Check this box to track projects for customers. A project is a subrecord of a customer record that shows costs and revenues for a particular project.
Track projects independently from customers including activities, time tracking, and billing.
Company > ERP General > Multiple Units of Measure
Check this box to define various units used to stock, purchase, and sell inventory items, and track non-monetary accounts. This feature must be enabled to use the Statistical Accounts feature, located on the Accounting subtab, under Advanced Features.
Allow purchase and sale of inventory in different units and the use of non-monetary accounts.
Company > ERP General > Use Deletion Reason
Check this box to make it mandatory for users to provide a reason for deleting transaction records.
Record the reason for deleted transactions
Company > International > Multi-Language
Check the Multi-Language box to do the following: •Enter item names and descriptions in multiple languages for printed forms. •Allow users to choose the language they want to view their NetSuite account in. After saving this page, go to Setup > Company > General Preferences > Languages to choose the languages you want to write item names and descriptions for. You can translate item names and descriptions on item records or by going to Setup > Import/Export > Bulk Update Item Translation.
Translate your Web site, item names and descriptions, printed sales transactions and order confirmation email to multiple languages.
Company > International > Multiple Currencies
Check this box to conduct business with customers and vendors that use currencies other than the currency in which your company manages its financials. The currency used to manage your company's financials is called the base currency, and other currencies used by customers and vendors are referred to as foreign currencies. Important: Beginning with Version 2014 Release 2, the capabilities associated with the Multiple Currencies, Multi-Currency Customers, and Multi-Currency Vendors features are combined in the Multiple Currencies feature. If you are new to NetSuite, already using all three features, or not using all three features, only the Multiple Currencies box will appear on the Company subtab of the Enable Features page. You can enable or disable this feature. When you enable this feature, you gain access to support for multiple currency customers and vendors. If you are already using Multiple Currencies and Multi-Currency Customers or Multi-Currency Vendors but not all three features, you will continue to see and maintain three boxes on the Company subtab. Regardless of the number of boxes visible in your account, the purpose associated with these three features remains the same. You cannot turn off multiple currencies after you save a transaction.
By checking this box, you are agreeing to Terms for this feature. Automatically update currency exchange rates on a nightly basis. Specify the foreign exchange rate provider through accounting preferences. Providers are: Xignite and thomson Reuters
Company > Data Management > Inline Editing
Check this box to enable inline editing. Inline editing allows you to edit record fields directly in their rows on a list page instead of having to drill down into individual record pages.
Edit records directly from their corresponding lists and from search results.
Company > Data Management > File Cabinet.
Check this box to be able to upload or link to documents and images, and then associate them with records.
Upload and associate documents with your contact, event and task records.
Company > Data Management > Duplicate Detection & Merge
Check this box to have NetSuite compare customer and contact records and notify you of possible duplicate records. You can manage duplicate records in the following ways: •from a possible duplicate record, there will be a notice where you can follow a link to manage the duplicates •conduct a mass merge for duplicates, where you search for all possible contact and customer duplicates and decide how to merge the records You can set preferences for this feature at Setup > Company > Duplicate Detection.
Automatically detect duplicate customer, lead, and contact records; merge duplicate records into a designated master record.
Company > Access > IP Address Rules
Check this box to make an IP Address Rules field appear on the Company Information page and on the Access subtab of employee records. Important: Enabling the IP Address Rules feature does not retroactively apply IP address restrictions to preexisting customized roles. IP address rules allow you to restrict employees access to certain computers for logging in to your NetSuite account by setting company-wide rules at Setup > Company > Company Information or employee-specific rules on employee records.
Create rules to restrict employee access based on IP address.
Company > Social > SuiteSocial
Socialize your NetSuite data to drive better collaboration and interactions. Follow key records and receive SuiteSocial posts for record changes, saved search metrics, user statuses and more.
Company > Mobile > Mobile Push Notification
Check this box to allow users of NetSuite mobile products to receive push notifications. Once enabled, the Push Notifications menu is exposed in the settings menu in the mobile app. From here, users can manage their individual push notification settings. By default, once this box is checked, the first user to log in to the app on the device will receive push notifications automatically. Additional users using the device (for example a shared tablet device) are required to turn on push notifications manually from the app menu.
Allow users of NetSuite Mobile products to receive Push Notifications for this company.
選擇要在Apple App Store上查看的Topgrade應用程序。