The Fivetran NetSuite data connector automatically syncs normalized data into your warehouse in minutes; then use our prebuilt BI templates for instant dashboards in Looker or Tableau. Never worry about NetSuite’s rigid in-tool reporting or dastardly API again.
After a five-minute setup, Fivetran starts replicating NetSuite data into your warehouse, such as Snowflake, BigQuery, Azure or Redshift. Focus on insights instead of cumbersome data engineering.
Get started even faster with pre-built financial dashboards. Our analyst templates for Looker and Tableau are built with expertly designed schemas so you don't have to reinvent the wheel.
Because Fivetran connectors continually sync data, you can regenerate reports with just one click. Easily sync data from other sources, like your CRM or HR tool, for reports that join data with NetSuite.
Fivetran adapts to source changes automatically to ensure the integrity of your data. Plus, we log deletes and offer security features like hashing and column blocking, so staying compliant is a breeze.
We've done most of the work for you. Our Looker Block for NetSuite gets your analytics team up and running immediately. Built on Fivetran schemas, the block works as is, or you can add to and edit it for additional metrics.
NetSuite users can get started even faster with our pre-built transformations and Tableau Workbook built on Fivetran schemas. Use the workbook as is or customize it to your specific needs.
Learn why CFOs and financial analysts use Fivetran connectors and centralized analytics to do their jobs more efficiently.
With Fivetran, Oldcastle migrates its SQL Server and NetSuite data into Snowflake, saves $360,000, and enables business-wide analysis in Tableau.
Join us to hear from our very own Senior Data Analyst and Director of Finance about how Fivetran uses NetSuite, Looker and Fivetran internally for continuous financial reporting.
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