The NAICS module is accessed by opening the Members folder in the “Module Explorer,” expanding the Value Tables folder and selecting the NAICS module.

The North American Industry Classification System, commonly referred to as the NAICS, was developed by the U.S. government and is maintained by the U.S. Department of Commerce. It is a classification system that divides virtually all economic activity into ten major divisions, and each division is further divided into more detailed descriptions. The NAICS is the most frequently used system for presenting economic demographics about the nation. CC-Assist comes with the NAICS codes already set up with these classifications.

You can code a Member with up to three different NAICS codes. Thus, if desired, a member can fall under more than one classification in an NAICS classified listing.

NOTE: NAICS codes are for a different purpose than the Business Categories. NAICS codes are standardized; therefore, you should not modify them. They are generally used for marketing surveys, and consist of thousands of classifications describing economic activity at a very detailed level. As such, NAICS codes are not appropriate for producing a business classified directory. The Business Categories are for that purpose.

NAICS “List View”

A scrollable table that lists all NAICS codes. This table is configurable. For more informatiom, see “Working within a module.”

NAICS “Detail View”

The NAICS “Detail View” is displayed below the “List View.” It contains information related to the NAICS code selected from the “List View.” For more information see “NAICS ‘Detail View.'”

NAICS menu

The NAICS menu has the usual menu items discussed in “Working within a module.” For more information regarding adding or editing NAICS codes, see “Adding/Editing NAICS codes.”

Output menu

Choosing this menu item provides access to different NAICS related reports. There are two output categories to choose from: “NAICS Codes Listing” and “Other.”

“NAICS Codes Listing”

Choosing this menu item displays the Print Job dialog box from which you can print a list of NAICS codes that have been defined. For more information, see “Creating output.


Choosing this menu item displays a selection dialog box from which you can choose any outputs that are implemented as “installed options.”