NetSuite and A2X

An Overview

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Written by Stephen Smith
Updated over a week ago

A2X automatically fetches information from your sales channels, crunches the data and generates a summary of the income and expenses charged or received from your sales channel as Journal Entries in NetSuite.

Note: the NetSuite integration is currently available in beta. Please contact A2X if you would like to try this feature.
Note that the NetSuite integration currently does not support the following A2X features:

  • Tax mappings. NetSuite does not support Journal Entries with explicit tax mappings i.e. for NetSuite users using SuiteTax.

  • COGS. Instead of using A2X's average cost feature, we recommend using NetSuite's built-in inventory costing methods.

  • Tracking codes. You can use NetSuite's Custom Segments feature, as described in Connecting to NetSuite.

  • Assisted Set-up. Because NetSuite users often already have their own Chart of Accounts, you will need to select the accounts that apply to each type of income or expense transaction for the sales channel, mapping them to the desired NetSuite Chart of Accounts using the Accounts and Taxes page.

You can optionally configure A2X to summarize sales by Product Type, or to group all Sales together. You can also optionally group sales by country.

A2X generates a Journal Entry from each settlement and posts them to NetSuite, either manually or automatically. Each settlement is shown with a status of "Sales Sent" or "Sales not Sent" to indicate whether it has been posted as a corresponding Journal Entry in NetSuite.

When you click on "Review" you can see the details of a particular settlement, as well as download the raw data associated with the settlement.

If the settlement is sent to NetSuite, the NetSuite Journal Entry ID is shown in the bottom left of the settlement details below.

You can use this ID to easily find the corresponding Journal Entry in NetSuite, as shown in the example below.

If for some reason you deleted the Journal Entry in NetSuite, A2X will attempt to create a new Journal Entry if you send the invoice again from A2X. If the Journal Entry exists already, but you wish to update the invoice (for example if you updated a mapping rule), then the existing Journal Entry will automatically update.

When the payment appears in your bank account within NetSuite, you can easily reconcile the Journal Entry to the corresponding payment.

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