NetSuite – Fixed Asset Manager Import & Export into GoCodes QR Asset Management using Excel

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Tips and Tricks – How to Import & Export Your GoCodes QR code  tagged Assets from GoCodes into NetSuite

If you are using NetSuite as your SaaS cloud-based accounting solution then you already appreciate the power and flexibility of cloud-based solutions. Now you can enhance your organization’s asset management and tracking capabilities with GoCodes.

1) Importing Asset Data from GoCodes into NetSuite Fixed Asset Manager

Customers often ask how they can import or export their asset and inventory data between GoCodes and their NetSuite accounting system.

NetSuite has a feature which enables you to import your asset information using a simple Microsoft Excel CSV spreadsheet. Since GoCodes enables you to easily export your asset data to an Excel CSV file, it’s easy to export your asset data from GoCodes and then import it into NetSuite. You may need to make some simple formatting changes to the file, but that should be about it.

You can learn more about how to do this here

2) Importing your Asset Data from NetSuite Fixed Asset Manager into GoCodes

If you already have your asset data in NetSuite you can create an Excel CSV report which can then be used to load your asset data into NetSuite when you establish your new account. This service is included free of charge when you subscribe for Premium+ service and we even provide technical support to help you map your data from NetSuite into GoCodes.

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