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How to integrate Aspire Account with NetSuite?

Admins can choose between setting up automatic imports or manually importing account statements from Aspire to NetSuite.

Updated over a week ago

Integrating Aspire Account with NetSuite

You can connect your account with NetSuite directly in-app at the click of a button. Login to your Aspire account then click on this link to setup the connection between Aspire and NetSuite.

You can also check these screenshots on how to sync your Aspire account with NetSuite:

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You can integrate multiple Aspire entities into the same NetSuite account. Just make sure that you select the relevant subsidiary when connecting your Aspire entity. E.g., if you have an SGD entity on Aspire, make sure to connect with an SGD subsidiary on NetSuite.

Notes: Integration with Netsuite is only possible if you subscribe to a Custom Plan. Click here to speak with our Sales Team learn more about Custom Plan.

Import Account Statements from Aspire to Netsuite

Admin and Finance users can import Aspire Account Statement to Netsuite, by following the steps below:

2. Remove any unwanted columns from the downloaded CSV

3. Log in to NetSuite

  • Navigate to Transactions > Bank > Match Bank Data

  • Click on Upload File

    • Choose the CSV that was downloaded from Aspire

    • Select the option "Import with default parser"

    • Select the relevant account into which you want to import the data into

4. Once the file has been successfully imported, return to the Match Bank Data Module and select the relevant account for reconciling the data

5. Select "Cheques" in Account Transactions

6. Match the left-side line items with transactions on the right side

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