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NetSuite OneWorld Implementation 2011 R2 by Thomas Foydel

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Assembly, kitting, and grouping

It never ceases to surprise us how OneWorld customers use assembly, kitting, and grouping to formulate quick, clear, and efficient sales lines, or to make a very complex sale simpler for both the sales person and the customer. It's important to understand the differences between assemblies, kits, and groups, so let's start with the basic definitions:

  • Assemblies are items built through the assembly process with inventory, non-inventory, service, and other charge items, known as the members of the assembly. An assembly posts to its own general ledger accounts for asset, cost of goods sold, and revenue. The building of the assembly relieves inventory from the assembly members. Assemblies are built at a location, so ...

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