RF-SMART Blog

How to Tell one NetSuite SuiteApp from Another

April 11, 2018 by Casey Rebman Walker in NetSuite
NetSuite SuiteApp Selection
If you are currently running or considering NetSuite for your business, you might want to take advantage of applications that further extend NetSuite’s capabilities. Need to mobilize your manufacturing shop floor or comply with EDI requirements? Yep - there is a SuiteApp for that!  NetSuite has an ... Continue Reading

Mobile Counting Options for NetSuite

March 12, 2018 by Holli Anderson in NetSuite
NetSuite Mobile Inventory Counting
Many companies have some sort of counting system in place – though it is typically tedious, manual, and not very effective. The good news is there are mobile solutions for NetSuite that automate this process, allowing you to gain visibility to your inventory at any given time. Whether you are ... Continue Reading

Best Practices: Multi-Channel Pick Pack and Ship Strategies

March 21, 2017 by George Gulliford in NetSuite
The days of single-channel warehouse operations are disappearing. Companies that only sold to other companies or just to customers are transforming into companies that sell to everyone.  While this opens up new markets and business, it can adversely affect your warehouse operations and create ... Continue Reading

NetSuite Best Practices: Annual Physical Inventory Counts

November 17, 2016 by George Gulliford in NetSuite
NetSuite RF-SMART Physical Inventory Count
The season of physical inventory counting is upon us, and in our experience, this is not usually a cheerful event at most companies. The good news though is that with some preparation and organization, you can easily tackle this event. If you have an inventory cycle count program in place and can ... Continue Reading

NetSuite Distribution: Overcoming Multi-Channel Challenges

May 4, 2016 by George Gulliford in NetSuite
RF-SMART NetSuite Inventory Distribution
In the past, most companies have operated in only one sales channel, which meant their distribution operations only had to deal with one set of distribution processes. Today, many companies operate in two, three or even four channels, which can be very challenging when you try to combine all the ... Continue Reading