Expensify Presents: Custom Fields for NetSuite!

Graham Perkins —  January 21, 2015 — Leave a comment

We rolled out our NetSuite integration to much fanfare in May of 2014 and saw a tremendous response from both new and existing customers. The integration combines the best of both worlds — the user-friendly Expensify UI with NetSuite as the powerful backend and system of record. Since May, our customer success team has been hard at work getting companies set up on NetSuite and we’re excited to announce a new feature that is going to make the already best-in-breed integration even stronger — custom fields!

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Now, for all transactions (both those exported as Expense Reports as well as Journal Entries), we support three mapping options — NetSuite Employee Defaults, Tags (line-item classifications) or Report Fields (report-level classifications) — for the following NetSuite classifications: departments, classes, locations and/or customers. This makes it more seamless to assign classifications in the sync options dialogue and will allow us to more easily add new functionality to the integration in the future.

Interested in learning more about the integration or getting it set up for your company? Check out our Help page on connecting with NetSuite where we outline how to easily get this set up in just a few minutes. As always, our customer success team would love to help out if you have questions. Please reach out to us at help@expensify.com.

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