Payment Processing with the Payment Instruments Feature Turned On
The Payment Instruments feature makes using various payments methods more straightforward and, in the case of payment cards, more secure. Payment Instrument is a set of fields that can be used to charge a shopper without any action on the shopper's side.
The Payment Instrument feature substitutes sensitive data with tokens. Tokenization decreases the scope of Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance considerations.
For information about payment processing with the Payments Instruments feature, see Payment Instruments.
Payment Processing with the Payment Instruments Feature Turned Off
NetSuite payment processing offers several options to capture and disburse payments.
See Payment Processing Options for a list of payment processing options in NetSuite.
Users with an A/R Clerk role can perform the following tasks:
Accept customer credit card payments. See Accepting Credit Card Payments.
Manage payment holds. See Managing Payment Holds.
Apply payments to invoices. See Customer Payments
Email or print payment receipts. See Payment Receipts.
Approve customer payments. See Approving Customer Payments.
Record Customer Deposits. See Customer Deposits.
Manage payments and deposits for a customer-subcustomer hierarchy. See Consolidated Payments.
Process chargebacks. See Chargeback Workflow.
Users with an A/P Clerk role can perform the following tasks:
Process direct deposits for employee payroll. See About Direct Deposit.
Process bank payments of vendor bills, employee expenses, partner and employee commissions through Electronic Payments. See Electronic Bank Payments.
Administrators can setup payment processing options and preferences. For more information, see the following topics: