RE: After a sales order is created and saved, can it be analyzed for a set of rule violations and held on hold?

We have two types of holds in our current software…sales hold and credit holds.

Current software:

Orders are automatically sent to sales hold when items are from a certain vendor, and manually sent to sales hold when the inside sales representative needs to confirm information.

Orders are automatically sent to credit hold when the customer has an open A/R balance, the order regardless of customer is greater than $750, order exceeds credit limit, (NetSuite’s version of the “order exceeds credit limit” …even though you can just click OK and proceed on NetSuite..), etc.

The order then goes to a queue – think of a “status” between Sales Order and Item Fulfillment — that is flagged for review by the users with the rights to approve orders.

It seems to implement this in NetSuite we would have to create additional WorkFlows, or implement a software such as this one:

https://blog.prolecto.com/2019/12/14/learn-how-to-create-more-netsuite-statuses-to-produce-transaction-control/

 

Does anyone have experience or recommendations for this?

 

Kayla Jane Rookie Asked on February 20, 2020 in Order Management.
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You can create a saved search that uses the “flagged for review” condition and have it on the users dashboard who have permissions to review and approve. From there you can turn on the Edit functionality so that it’s easier to approve those orders in a grid-like structure instead of going into the record one at a time.

 

Beginner Answered on February 20, 2020.
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