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NetSuite

Cloud Business Management Software Suite


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Key Features of NetSuite

  • Accounting, ERP
  • Analytics, Dashboards
  • Inventory Management, Order Management
  • CRM, CRM Analytics, SFA, Marketing, Customer Service
  • Quoting, Sales Order Management
  • Ecommerce
  • Multi-Language, Multi-Currency, Multiple Company & Locations
  • Professional Services Automation
  • Data Import/Export, Role-based Security, Developer API
  • Mobile Access, Integration with Microsoft Office & Outlook
  • Workflow engine

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Overview of NetSuite

NetSuite is the world's leading Cloud business management software suite with over 20,000 organizations. Made specifically for the needs of high-growth and mid-sized businesses and divisions of large enterprises, NetSuite helps automate operations, streamline processes, decrease IT costs and complexity, and improve real-time visibility across the company by providing one complete web-based software for all core business processes, including accounting / enterprise resource planning (ERP) to inventory management, customer relationship management (CRM), professional services automation and Ecommerce.

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Specifications

Intended Users: Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Small Business
Devices Supported: Android, iPhone-iPad, Mac, RIM-BlackBerry, Web-based, Windows, Windows Phone
Supported Countries: Asia, Australia, Canada, China, Europe, Germany, Japan, Latin America, Middle-East and Africa, United Kingdom, United States
Supported Languages: Chinese (Traditional), Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Taiwanese, Thai
Categories:· Business Performance Management Software · ERP Software · Sales Management Software · Business Management Software

NetSuite Pricing

Starting from: $499.00/month
Pricing model: Subscription
Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)

The pricing for NetSuite includes a $499 base per month + $99 per user per month.

Benefits

Cloud Computing: Harnessing the Power of Simplicity
The Cloud Suite: Harnessing the Power of Simplicity
The concept behind NetSuite is simple: it lets you run your core business processes with one seamless application over the Internet - without having to buy, install or manage your own servers. You can handle your company's IT operations only with a browser and an Internet connection. Applications, operating systems, servers and network switches all reside out of sight and within the metaphorical cloud, the Internet, and are managed by NetSuite. This combination of both the Cloud and the complete Suite of applications helps high-growth and mid-sized businesses automate operations, streamline processes, cut unnecessary IT costs and complexity, and make better faster business decisions.

Benefits include:

•Optimized IT costs and complexity: Upgrades, maintenance and system administration take place in the cloud and are managed by the vendor, so you don't have to spend nights or weekends supervising a new version upgrade of your tool, bringing a failed server back to life, or constantly patching together fragile integrations between siloed systems. In an independent industry analyst study, Hurwitz & Associates found that NetSuite cost 50% less than on-premise software over a four-year period.

•Increase productivity: Because NetSuite was built from the ground up as one complete integrate suite, customers gain great efficiencies by streamlining processes and automating operations across the organization. Manual, wasteful activities such as data entry from one system to another, redundant processes across siloed departments, and time spent cobbling together inaccurate data from multiple systems to generate reports is eliminated, freeing resources up to help the business grow. Customers are able to shorten the cycle time of routine business processes such as cash flow management, lead-to-cash, and procure-to-pay to significantly improve business efficiency helping businesses serve customers better – with fewer resources. Studies have shown that NetSuite customers have been able to reduce financial close time by up to 50% and cut manual and spreadsheet-based processes by 70%.

•Ease of access at anytime, and from anywhere: Cloud computing is "always on," making it easy to grow your business and support remote workers and locations, or support a highly mobile sales or service team, because people can access the cloud any time, day or night, from any browser, desktop or mobile device around the globe, 24x7.

•Better faster decisions: Because NetSuite acts as a universal database where all business data across the organization is housed, customers are provided with real-time visibility across their organization. With the help of built-in, role-based, real-time dashboards, reporting and analysis (using data from NetSuite’s ERP, order management, CRM and ecommerce applications), customers gain personalized visibility into the latest business performance metrics, whether financial, sales, service or marketing performance. Business eliminate multiple versions of the truth by making decisions based on a single, centralized data repository. Customer-facing sales and service representatives have instant access to information they need to serve customers better, including past transaction history, order and fulfillment status, overdue invoices, service issues, marketing campaign response, and more.

•High availability: Cloud software architectures are designed from the ground up for maximum network performance, so they frequently deliver better application-level availability than conventional, on-premise solutions. For example, NetSuite commits to 99.5% availability for its customers, and provides data security such as PCI DSS compliance that would be cost prohibitive to achieve with on-premise software.

User Reviews for NetSuite

  Pretty good

NetSuite is pretty good overall. It's simpler to integrate. You get what you pay for.

— Jack (30th of March, 2013 13:03)

  Run Your Business in the Cloud

Cloud based with ERP, CRM and eCommerce all on one platform. Makes it easy to put your business in the Cloud without having to manage a myriad of applications.

— Tom Kelly (4th of March, 2012 20:28)

  Netsuite. The heavy hitter for the little guy

Netsuite gave our company the same features and functionality as our largest competitors at a fraction of the cost and no large investment in servers or managing an IT Dept. Information is power, and the piece of mind knowing that all of our company's vital information in stored on mirrored off-site servers is priceless. The expandability of Netsuite allows me to propose aggressive growth ideas knowing I have the right software backing me up.

— Billy Self (13th of February, 2012 21:34)

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