Can we connect to NetSuite without interrupting the existing link connection from expensify to QuickBooks?
@vajpayee12 As Sheena mentioned above, if you want to test the NetSuite connection, please have the current policy billing owner create a new test policy and invite you to it. This will allow you to test without any additional active user fees.
Or said differently, you can keep your current policy with the QuickBooks Connection active, and then test the NetSuite connection at the same time on a SEPARATE test policy.
Hi @vajpayee12 - Only a single accounting package connection can be connected to a policy at one time. Connecting multiple will result in frustration, export errors, and coding mistakes.
If you want to test the NetSuite connection, please have the current policy billing owner create a new test policy and invite you to it. This will allow you to test without any additional active user fees.
@Sheena Trepanier so its not possible to keep connection to QuickBooks active while testing expensify to NetSuite?
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