Here’s a confession from the Strongpoint marketing department: We’re not that good at celebrating ourselves. Most of the time, we’re working hard, alongside our customer success and dev teams, to help companies improve their change management and compliance processes. We rarely have time to look back and recognize our successes.
Last week, our resident Salesforce expert, Rick Roesler, hosted a crash course on auditing profiles and permission sets in your Org. If you missed the webinar, you can check it out here.
In this post, we’re sharing a short video from the session demoing some of the ways you can dig deeper into your access controls — and prove compliance to auditors.
We’re so proud of our customers — and we love watching them succeed! That’s why we were so happy to see Fastly, ZoomInfo and e.l.f. Cosmetics mentioned recently on CNBC’s Mad Money with Jim Cramer. All three companies wisely chose NetSuite as their ERP — and rely on Strongpoint to manage compliance and change in the platform.
Last week, we shared with you some highlights from our recent conversation with Bandwidth.com — a leading CPaaS provider and partner to Google, Zoom and other companies — about how Strongpoint helps them prepare for audits. But we left out a great story that shows how they add a little fun into the compliance process.
Learn how Strongpoint is driving confidence and compliance at a groundbreaking CPaaS company
NetSuite is the ERP system of choice for more than 63% of tech IPOs. As a growing number of unicorns and other ambitious companies turn to the platform, the community has grown with it. We’re finding that people are eager to share their experiences. Last Tuesday’s webinar, “The Successful IPO: From Those Who’ve Done It Before,” is a perfect example of this.
In NetSuite, the Administrator role gives users broad transactional powers — and with that comes the potential for fraud. In an ideal world, no one user would be able to create, edit and delete any and all transactions in a production account.
The more heavily customized your NetSuite instance is, the more even experienced users will need accessible information to use it correctly. If a customization’s help and description fields aren’t populated, a user may fill in an important field incorrectly, or ignore it altogether.
NetSuite’s saved searches are a powerful way for admins and users to get the information they need. But because they’re so easy to create and run, it’s often faster to make a new search than to find an existing one that might work just as well.
When Diara Burris took over as Director of ERP Systems at Drybar in March 2020, she had to get up and running quickly. It’s a scenario that’s not uncommon to NetSuite professionals, but Drybar’s case was unique for a couple of reasons.