Note: The name “SmartConnector” will be changing to “Integration App” to more clearly establish that our pre-built Integration Apps are built on our flagship Integration Platform as a Service, integrator.io.
Support payout reconciliation (Available in beta)
A new add-on “payout reconciliation” is now available for Shopify - NetSuite Integration App. The add-on lets you streamline cash flow management to sync payment details with your customer orders recorded in NetSuite. It also helps you to track the amount you’ve been paid and other relative information without leaving the money to Shopify.
The add-on pulls the Payout reports from Shopify (only for the payouts with transfer status as “paid”) since the last execution of flow and reconciles them against the NetSuite Bank Deposits to transfer funds from the undeposited account to the bank account.
With our payouts reconciliation capabilities, you can reconcile each and every Payout transaction against the matching NetSuite orders or refunds. This add-on automates the reconciliation process for deposits to accurately reflect the payments in your bank account.
For more information, refer to Payouts reconciliation.
Support to access historical orders more than 60 days
You can now access historical orders that are more than 60 days using our Integration App. For instance, refunds for an order older than 60 days can be processed. Appropriate read and write permissions are added to the Shopify App “NetSuite SmartConnector” to access these orders.
New settings to filter orders for the batch flow
The below two settings are introduced on the “Shopify Order to NetSuite Order/CashSale” flow’s settings page to filter the orders accordingly.
- Filter orders by: Let’s you select the time to filter orders either from the “Last updated time” or “Creation time” in Shopify. Based on the selected value, the associated orders within the specified duration are imported from Shopify to NetSuite.
- Lag time to update the order status: Enter the lag time in minutes to import orders that are expected to be updated to a designated status (either authorized, captured, or fulfilled). The lag time (in a number of minutes) you specify is deducted from the previous run time.
Example: If you provide lag as 30, and your previous flow run time and date is 5:00 PM Nov 5th and present time and date is 5:00 PM Nov 10th, the flow considers the orders from 4:30 PM Nov 5th to 5:00 PM Nov 10th.
- You can now update the virtual variation for a parent level attribute such as “product title” from NetSuite to Shopify without any error. The error message should not be displayed when the item’s internal ID is part of multiple items.
- If a Shopify order does not consist of any shipping cost, and you select an option in the "NetSuite item to track Shopify shipping cost as a line item" advanced setting, the flow does not add a line item for shipping with the amount “0” in NetSuite.
- When you update any of the Shopify store details, the backend real-time flow “Shopify Store to NetSuite Update” now syncs all the changes to NetSuite without any errors.