Presented by Marc Bastnagel from RSM
PowerPoints are available below the video.
In this month’s meeting, Cory Anderson shares exciting news he picked up at SuiteWorld. Margie Komninos with PlantScan gave an overview of the customer support management capabilities that are native in NetSuite. Then Dana Larson with Eide Bailly gave an overview of how to create leads, turn opportunities and estimates into sales orders and run forecasting reports. Since this is functionality that is already included in your NetSuite licensing (unless you have Financials Only), we think everyone can benefit from this discussion.
In this month’s meeting, our board member, Mike Kachline with Vertafore, will walk us through what Netsuite “Advanced HTML and PDF templates” are, how they can be used, and how they are created. This presentation will be well suited for non-developers who want a better understanding of the kinds of business problems which can be solved using Advanced HTML/PDF templates. Since we will cover an example template, you will also get an idea of the “technical chops” needed to implement these.
Presentation slides available at bottom of post
Our board president, Cory Anderson with AvidMax, will walk us all the way through the Netsuite Marketing Automation system starting with capturing a lead, marketing to leads, and then analyzing a marketing campaign. This meeting will be focused around email marketing but will give a general understanding of Netsuite campaigns that can be applied to other campaign types. Any Netsuite user that would like to understand NetSuite’s powerful marketing functions and how they can put them to use to generate leads, customers, and sales. Only a basic understanding of marketing principles is necessary to be able to use the information presented.
-Preparing Email Campaigns
-Lead Nurturing Campaigns
-Alternative Options for Automated Marketing
We frequently get requests for a deeper dive into Saved Searches. We are so pleased that Jamie Perry from Allegion has agreed to walk us through this. Anyone who creates saved searches or who supervises those who create them will find this topic valuable.
- Where Saved Searches Are Used
- Best Practices
- Highlighting and Filtering
- Use summary data in the criteria
- When Ordered By
- Formulas – simple ones
- Formulas with SQL Functions
- HTML Formatting Results