NetSuite Analytics and Advanced Reporting

Glew provides powerful, flexible business intelligence for NetSuite and all your other connected data sources.

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Connect Glew and

Netsuite

to:

  • Seamlessly connect and visualize data from NetSuite alongside your omnichannel sales, advertising channels, CRM and more
  • Enable custom reporting, faster, with automated data connections and ETL
  • Create multichannel reports and access them in Glew.io or your own enterprise analytics application

An easier way to get actionable insights from your ERP.

Glew makes it easy to extract data from NetSuite and combine it with the other tools you use to run your business, with everything you need for end-to-end business intelligence in one place.

Connect NetSuite and all your other data sources with pre-built integrations, and prepare your data for multichannel reporting with automated ETL. Your data is stored and maintained in Glew's intelligent data warehouses, where you can access it for custom reports and dashboards.

FEATURED KPIs

Accounts
Contacts
Coupon codes
Customers
Departments
Employees
Inventory
Items
Locations
Partners
Payroll
Promotions
Refunds
Subsidiaries
Timesheets
Billable time
Transactions
Vendors

Performance KPIs

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Customer analytics

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marketing analytics

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product analytics

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Inventory analytics

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Connect and transform your NetSuite data, faster.

Pre-built data connections, automated ETL and storage in Glew's intelligent data warehouses mean NetSuite and your other data sources are prepared for multichannel reporting faster, with almost no effort on your part.

Create custom reports and dashboards.

Have analysts in-house? Query NetSuite data to create custom reports and dashboards yourself with our built-in business intelligence capabilities. Or, get help from our team to create the exact reports you need.

Scale business intelligence across your organization.

Glew is built to enable easy data access for everyone, from marketers to data scientists to executives. Deliver reports and dashboards to everyone in your organization through Glew.io, or create your own custom analytics application.

Connect your NetSuite account in just a few clicks using your NetSuite login.

Once your data is imported and transformed, it will be available for custom report and dashboard creation.

FAQs

What NetSuite data is available in Glew?

We currently pull in over 290 individual data points across the following categories in Netsuite: Accounts, Contacts, Coupons, Customers, Customer Category, Status, Departments, Employees, Items, Inventory, Items, Location, Partners, Payroll, Promo Codes, Refunds, Refund Items, Subsidiary, Location, Timesheets, Billable Time, Transactions, Transaction Line Items, Vendors.

Why should I use Glew Enterprise with NetSuite?

Since NetSuite’s analytics only provide you with their built-in data points, it’s difficult to directly connect NetSuite with any of the BI tools on the market. With Glew Enterprise, you can easily integrate your NetSuite data with a BI tool like Mode, Tableau or Periscope, and see your NetSuite data alongside data from all the other tools you use.

I'm a NetSuite user and I'm interesed in Glew. How do I get started?

If you’re a NetSuite user and you want to check Glew out, you can schedule a demo with our team to learn more about Glew Enterprise. Open the chat window on this page to get in touch!

What Glew subscription do I need to access the NetSuite integration?

Glew's NetSuite integration is only available with a Glew Plus or Glew Enterprise subscription.

What’s the difference between MRR, new MRR, net MRR, churn MRR and average MRR per subscription?

MRR, or monthly recurring revenue, is the predictable revenue a business can expect to earn on a monthly basis, including all recurring charges, credits, and refunds from active subscriptions. It does not include one-time charges, trials, shipping or taxes. MRR is calculated by multiplying your average revenue per subscriber by your total number of paid subscribers. New MRR is all monthly recurring revenue from new subscriptions added during the date range selected. Net MRR is the value of all new and current subscriptions, subtracting MRR from churned subscriptions. Churn MRR is the lost revenue attributed to subscriptions that were churned or canceled. Average MRR per subscription is how much recurring revenue you receive, on average, from each active subscription.

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