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NetSuite Global Search Module

The Google OneBox gives NetSuite users the power of Google searches for their NetSuite enterprise data. -simultaneously searching customers, vendors, items, events, and transactions. Search results are neatly delivered in the familiar Google search results format, by type, and further enable users to drill-down into specific data in NetSuite. OneBox does calls out to our NetSuite Global Search results and pulls them into a Google window along with any other search results it has been set up to search for.

The combined power of NetSuite Global Search and Google OneBox for Enterprise increases end-user productivity by making data easily accessible, retrievable-and relevant. For example:

  • An accounts receivable manager can expedite payment by performing a single search using Google OneBox for Enterprise that would return all customer, entitlement, service-level and billing details from NetSuite; product documentation from a document repository; and relevant user group postings from an external blog site.
  • A marketing person can efficiently make changes to a product catalog in multiple applications and documents. A Google search for a product SKU would return relevant pricing and inventory results in NetSuite, product marketing documents, and product references on the company from external Web sites.
  • Note: You must purchase a Google Search Appliance and extend it with OneBox in order to use our NetSuite Global Search module (which is free).

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Author NetSuite Inc.
Version 1.0
Software Needed NetSuite, NetSuite CRM, NetSuite CRM+ OR NetSuite Small Business
License Free


The combined power of NetSuite Global Search and Google OneBox for Enterprise increases end-user productivity by making data easily accessible, retrievable—and relevant. For example:

  • An accounts receivable manager can expedite payment by performing a single search using Google OneBox for Enterprise that would return all customer, entitlement, service-level and billing details from NetSuite; product documentation from a document repository; and relevant user group postings from an external blog site.
  • A marketing person can efficiently make changes to a product catalog in multiple applications and documents. A Google search for a product SKU would return relevant pricing and inventory results in NetSuite, product marketing documents, and product references on the company from external Web sites.

 



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