NetSuite ERP 2013 Sneak Peek
Attention e-tailers! NetSuite, the premier SaaS ERP solutions provider, has released exciting details about its upcoming new release, NetSuite Version 2013.1. Feature enhancements acknowledge customers’ concerns and requests, delivering a truly versatile NetSuite ERP platform with enough horsepower to accommodate even the most demanding users.
Netsuite ERP Features
The Sandbox Accounts page now affords granular control to administrators. You’ll be able to manage data as soon as it’s available and request a refresh directly without consulting NetSuite support first, complete with a turnaround estimate and live progress tracking. In some cases, refresh automation will reduce the time commitment by up to 50%. Full refresh summaries will include refreshes used, refreshes remaining, refresh requests by personnel, real-time status, time-stamped snapshots, and plenty of other details. Functionality handles multiple sandboxes and enables GSI/PS practices, significantly easing project timetables and Release Engineering.
Improved Security: Two-Factor Authentication with RSA SecurID
This enterprise-class module tightens NetSuite ERP login security for roles with access to sensitive data, adding support for RSA SecurID hardware tokens. Two-factor authentication requires users to provide a unique one-time password (OTP) in addition to standard username and password credentials. Additional administrative utilities permit uploading of files containing token seeds and management of user-token association.
SuiteBundler: Refined SuiteApp Upgrade Management
Introducing selective control over the SuiteApp upgrade and install-base processes—filter upgrades by version and/or geographical region, tailoring everything to your schedule. Furthermore, partners and ISVs using Managed Bundles will be able to customize upgrade rollouts by end-customer category. Release administrators can define account notification lists for upcoming upgrades or new versions of SuiteApp. The simplified, intuitive mechanism should prove a boon for developers everywhere.
[derived from a blog post on 848 Group’s blog]
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