Payhawk has direct integration to NetSuite, allowing us the flexibility to enrich and export your expenses effortlessly.

By connecting to your NetSuite subsidiary, you will allow Payhawk to:

  • Synchronize your Chart of accounts, VAT Rates, Classifications, and Departments

  • Create a bank account in NetSuite for each of your active currencies.

  • Create Payhawk General and Fees account.

  • Sync your Payhawk and NetSuite balances from a specific point in time.

  • Automatically push expenses and payments in real-time.

To connect to NetSuite, you need to follow a few simple steps:

  • Go to Settings -> Integrations

  • Select the NetSuite integration

Before connecting, you need to make sure:

  • You've installed the Payhawk bundle on your NetSuite environment.

  • You've enabled Token-Based-Authentication on your NetSuite Environment.

After you've granted Payhawk access to NetSuite, select which is the subsidiary you want to connect.

After you've selected the subsidiary, there are 4 important configurations that need to be done.

  1. Choose how you want to export reimbursements (Vendor bills or Expense Reports).

  2. Select whether you want to use direct posting in the GL accounts or Non-inventory items.

  3. Create or map your Payhawk wallets to the NetSuite bank accounts.

  4. Choose which is the account that can be used for FX & ATM Fees. Additionally, Payhawk creates a suspense account (Payhawk General) used whenever the mapping gets broken.

After the configurations are in place, Payhawk will begin importing all the necessary data from NetSuite. Once, the import is finished, the next step is to configure the NetSuite Categories that are going to be available on Payhawk.

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