You use NetSuite for quoting, entering orders, processing shipping paperwork, fulfillments, and invoicing. But maybe you're unhappy with NetSuite reports. NetSuite makes it possible to connect 2 records, but not the full flow of ordering, fulfillment, and billing. So you want the NetSuite data in a warehouse so you can better track it, and build your own reports.
Now, you've started researching solutions on how to get data out of NetSuite and into a data warehouse, where you then plan on formatting the NetSuite data, perhaps even publishing it back out as a set of reports with sub-items like Order and Invoice.
Basically, you want your NetSuite data anywhere.
Lucky for you, Fusion is a cloud data warehouse that allows you to feed NetSuite Data to your reports, dashboards, and analytics. All you have to do is authorize NetSuite as a Fusion connector, then connect your NetSuite data warehouse to Tableau, Power BI, Metabase, Looker, or any other BI tools to query your NetSuite data in SQL.
Better yet, warehousing your NetSuite data happens with zero code and zero data prep. You don't need to reformat dimensions and measures. Nor do you need to put data in a human readable format. Fusion translates such data types for you.
And should you connect another application, for duplicate records (e.g. a contact in both systems), Fusion will merge these records together into one Fused Contact record. And the same goes for all other objects.
Report on NetSuite Objects — Anywhere
Just what can you report on?
- Leads, opportunities, orders, invoices, fulfillment, account, charge, inventory, department, vendor, support case, vendor, cash sale, & more.
- Supports sub-items & saved searches
This NetSuite data you can publish to dashboard in your reporting tools. Fusion will auto-refresh with latest NetSuite data, so there's no uploading/downloading of data.
And if you do choose to combine NetSuite data with other cloud applications (e.g. HubSpot, Marketo, Quickbooks, Jira, Salesforce, etc.), Fusion will unify the disparate schemas. A unified schema lets you query NetSuite data in SQL or visualize your NetSuite warehouse with just few objects — Company, Order, List, Product, Activity, Ticket, Opportunity, & Campaign.
As we wrote in our post "Analyze & Visualize NetSuite Data in Looker", Fusion’s data warehouse lets you track the full flow of ordering, order fulfillment, and billing. With all your sales orders, fulfillment records, and invoices stored in one place, you can track records from sales to finance. This ability helps you improve your sales pipeline forecasts and mitigate billing errors, perfect revenue recognition, accuracy, and organizational efficiency. And if you want to combine NetSuite data with financial information from Quickbooks, this is easy to do as well.
These suggestions offer just a taste of how you can analyze NetSuite data in any reporting tool, with Fusion as your data warehouse. You can set up a free trial account of Fusion and be up and running quickly. Give Fusion a try today.