Last week, in response to an increasing number of questions from our NetSuite customers, we showed you how to manage scripts that execute in the Administrator role. You can find that post here. One thing it didn't cover, however, was workflows that execute as Administrator.
Most customers come to Strongpoint in anticipation of going public or in preparation for audit after an IPO. Recently, however, an increasing number of public companies are purchasing our products after failing an audit or receiving a warning of material deficiencies. The good news is that, in all cases, the main challenges are entirely avoidable without a great deal of work.
Hundreds, and probably thousands, of companies run their web sites on NetSuite SiteBuilder or SuiteCommerce Advanced, including major global brands. There is no reason that your site should be slow. This article talks about some of the potential causes of site performance issues and some tools that can be used to root them out.
I spend a lot of time thinking about ways to maximize the productivity of the Salesforce teams at our customers. In fact, those of you who know me would agree that I am obsessed with it. After all, every one of our customers from startups to some of the largest companies in the world are trying to balance two competing objectives: Moving forward quickly while keeping data and processes safe. When I am not thinking about Salesforce centers of excellence, my other obsession is my home town soccer (my dad will kill me for calling it soccer) team Liverpool FC.
If you, like me, have access to an Admin role in NetSuite, you have probably become used to switching back and forth with ease between the operational roles and your admin role. But it’s always sort of of bothered me. After all, someone with my password could login as Admin and destroy or steal our data. So I was happy to hear about NetSuite’s efforts to lock down Admin access. Having to wait for a text message while logging in is a little irritating - but so worth it!
PWC's recently released whitepaper, "Moving at the Speed of Innovation: 2018 State of the Internal Audit Profession", is a must-read for all Internal Audit teams and internal auditors trying to chart their course for 2018 and beyond.