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NetSuite logo
4.1
1.4K

The World’s Leading, Most Deployed Cloud ERP Solution

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Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    3.8
    Ease of use
    3.8
    Features
    4.1
    Customer support
    3.7
Pros and Cons from NetSuite users   
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+15
The best part of the software is that you You can download data for any period that you desire. It provides with a very user-friendly dashboard and the ease of accounting is also there.
My advice for those scoping out Netsuite is seriously analyze your business requirements and then advocate the hell for them in the scoping or implementation phases.
It's ability to allow the user to customise the report by adding data field(s) which is great as we do not always need to go behind IT Professional asking for help.
Please do your research before you find yourself stuck in a contract with a bunch of misleading employees that won't even respond to your email or try to address your concerns.
The ability to customize just about anything your organization wants is rewarding. And if you are willing to spend, you can have your system fit your business processes like a glove.
I hate the reporting functionality, avoid it if I can. Might be that I don't really understand its uses.
We were fortunate enough to use a trained consultant to do the implementation and now we have a fantastic solution even through getting there was not smooth sailing.
Lack of direct integration to the PSA tool. We struggled with bringing all of the contract details into the PSA and associated project.
In all cases, the ability to customize to unique business needs, far beyond something like Quickbooks or Microsoft Dynamics, is fantastic.
And when you realise that a lot of what you are paying for is really very poor and that you have to buy additional software/SAAS to make up for it's shortcomings, it is even more expensive.
It makes certain things accounting wise very automated and easy. Integration features are amazing.
It still has the same old clunky "out of date" UI, very limited change is made in their annual updates - it remains very dated and Netsuite never address the key lack of functionality.
Software is very easy to use so suitable for all staff not just office based staff. Software is so powerful that you can use it for invoicing, customer support, CRM and Shopping carts.
The customer support is horrible. You can call your Account Executive and it takes days, weeks or months to get results.
I use it on a daily basis and its very useful for quick reports and billing. I find it very helpful when I have to raise a large number invoices at one go through the upload.
I am sometimes disappointed with the "out of the box" product, meaning there are some things that I would think are standard, but they end up costing more.
Really good for accounting and easy to use the basic features.
Perfect for Subscription and SaaS Model Businesses.
The best part of the software is that you You can download data for any period that you desire. It provides with a very user-friendly dashboard and the ease of accounting is also there.
My advice for those scoping out Netsuite is seriously analyze your business requirements and then advocate the hell for them in the scoping or implementation phases.
It's ability to allow the user to customise the report by adding data field(s) which is great as we do not always need to go behind IT Professional asking for help.
Please do your research before you find yourself stuck in a contract with a bunch of misleading employees that won't even respond to your email or try to address your concerns.
The ability to customize just about anything your organization wants is rewarding. And if you are willing to spend, you can have your system fit your business processes like a glove.
I hate the reporting functionality, avoid it if I can. Might be that I don't really understand its uses.
We were fortunate enough to use a trained consultant to do the implementation and now we have a fantastic solution even through getting there was not smooth sailing.
Lack of direct integration to the PSA tool. We struggled with bringing all of the contract details into the PSA and associated project.
In all cases, the ability to customize to unique business needs, far beyond something like Quickbooks or Microsoft Dynamics, is fantastic.
And when you realise that a lot of what you are paying for is really very poor and that you have to buy additional software/SAAS to make up for it's shortcomings, it is even more expensive.
It makes certain things accounting wise very automated and easy. Integration features are amazing.
It still has the same old clunky "out of date" UI, very limited change is made in their annual updates - it remains very dated and Netsuite never address the key lack of functionality.
Software is very easy to use so suitable for all staff not just office based staff. Software is so powerful that you can use it for invoicing, customer support, CRM and Shopping carts.
The customer support is horrible. You can call your Account Executive and it takes days, weeks or months to get results.
I use it on a daily basis and its very useful for quick reports and billing. I find it very helpful when I have to raise a large number invoices at one go through the upload.
I am sometimes disappointed with the "out of the box" product, meaning there are some things that I would think are standard, but they end up costing more.
Really good for accounting and easy to use the basic features.
Perfect for Subscription and SaaS Model Businesses.
The best part of the software is that you You can download data for any period that you desire. It provides with a very user-friendly dashboard and the ease of accounting is also there.
My advice for those scoping out Netsuite is seriously analyze your business requirements and then advocate the hell for them in the scoping or implementation phases.
It's ability to allow the user to customise the report by adding data field(s) which is great as we do not always need to go behind IT Professional asking for help.
Please do your research before you find yourself stuck in a contract with a bunch of misleading employees that won't even respond to your email or try to address your concerns.
The ability to customize just about anything your organization wants is rewarding. And if you are willing to spend, you can have your system fit your business processes like a glove.
I hate the reporting functionality, avoid it if I can. Might be that I don't really understand its uses.
We were fortunate enough to use a trained consultant to do the implementation and now we have a fantastic solution even through getting there was not smooth sailing.
Lack of direct integration to the PSA tool. We struggled with bringing all of the contract details into the PSA and associated project.
In all cases, the ability to customize to unique business needs, far beyond something like Quickbooks or Microsoft Dynamics, is fantastic.
And when you realise that a lot of what you are paying for is really very poor and that you have to buy additional software/SAAS to make up for it's shortcomings, it is even more expensive.
It makes certain things accounting wise very automated and easy. Integration features are amazing.
It still has the same old clunky "out of date" UI, very limited change is made in their annual updates - it remains very dated and Netsuite never address the key lack of functionality.
Software is very easy to use so suitable for all staff not just office based staff. Software is so powerful that you can use it for invoicing, customer support, CRM and Shopping carts.
The customer support is horrible. You can call your Account Executive and it takes days, weeks or months to get results.
I use it on a daily basis and its very useful for quick reports and billing. I find it very helpful when I have to raise a large number invoices at one go through the upload.
I am sometimes disappointed with the "out of the box" product, meaning there are some things that I would think are standard, but they end up costing more.
Really good for accounting and easy to use the basic features.
Perfect for Subscription and SaaS Model Businesses.
Microsoft SQL Server logo
4.6
1.9K

Relational database management system for data analytics

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.3
    Ease of use
    4.3
    Features
    4.6
    Customer support
    4.3
Pros and Cons from Microsoft SQL Server users   
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+15
This is a great way to leverage your data to get better metrics and results. The world is driven by data these days and this is a great way to leverage that.
For instance, rather than receiving a syntax error, you can receive a weird message if you forget to include a comma while listing the fields you are asking for.
Very good - SQL Server have so far been a joy to work with. Along with T-SQL support and Azure integration, we're very happy with its performance and environment, including cool data visualization.
What I don't like most about this is that the error messages can be lacking sometimes leaving you puzzled as to what actually occurred.
I like that it's really stable and it doesn't consume a lot of resources. It's easy to use, highly customizable, and the performance is great.
For example if you miss a comma while listing out the fields you are querying for you can get a strange error rather than a syntax error.
Excellent repository of Governments actionable data. Cost effective, ACID compliant, robust, interoperable and reliable.
There is not much I don't like. But one thing that is very frustrating is the inability to share templates with a team of other programmers.
One of the evergreen relational database servers with good reliability, talent pool. It is easy to implement, maintain and work with.
High availability is one of the best features and also option to meet the HA is great, and easy of deployment.
Very good sql server, great database building software, easy and agile to move, you don't need a lot of experience to connect a bank with just a few researches and it is already very helpful.
It has great support options it also has a huge community as well. It has great performance and is a workhorse.
Overall It has been fantastic experience, learning, writing, executing sql queries here in really amazing. I prefer others to learn and use SQL Server.
It is a good RDBMS by microsoft it provide a good stability and has all the required features which are required for todays world.
Overall it is a very good software. It is use friendly and good value for money.
Easy to use, trusted and reliable tool. Years into using this tool and it is going great.
The best about SQL Server is its ease of use, intuitive GUI, best support available from Microsoft and online support from community etc, which is lagging in for e.g. Oracle or MySQL.
SQL server is an easy to use solution if you need an on premise database. It is easy to integrate with and interact with, especially via tools like SSMS.
This is a great way to leverage your data to get better metrics and results. The world is driven by data these days and this is a great way to leverage that.
For instance, rather than receiving a syntax error, you can receive a weird message if you forget to include a comma while listing the fields you are asking for.
Very good - SQL Server have so far been a joy to work with. Along with T-SQL support and Azure integration, we're very happy with its performance and environment, including cool data visualization.
What I don't like most about this is that the error messages can be lacking sometimes leaving you puzzled as to what actually occurred.
I like that it's really stable and it doesn't consume a lot of resources. It's easy to use, highly customizable, and the performance is great.
For example if you miss a comma while listing out the fields you are querying for you can get a strange error rather than a syntax error.
Excellent repository of Governments actionable data. Cost effective, ACID compliant, robust, interoperable and reliable.
There is not much I don't like. But one thing that is very frustrating is the inability to share templates with a team of other programmers.
One of the evergreen relational database servers with good reliability, talent pool. It is easy to implement, maintain and work with.
High availability is one of the best features and also option to meet the HA is great, and easy of deployment.
Very good sql server, great database building software, easy and agile to move, you don't need a lot of experience to connect a bank with just a few researches and it is already very helpful.
It has great support options it also has a huge community as well. It has great performance and is a workhorse.
Overall It has been fantastic experience, learning, writing, executing sql queries here in really amazing. I prefer others to learn and use SQL Server.
It is a good RDBMS by microsoft it provide a good stability and has all the required features which are required for todays world.
Overall it is a very good software. It is use friendly and good value for money.
Easy to use, trusted and reliable tool. Years into using this tool and it is going great.
The best about SQL Server is its ease of use, intuitive GUI, best support available from Microsoft and online support from community etc, which is lagging in for e.g. Oracle or MySQL.
SQL server is an easy to use solution if you need an on premise database. It is easy to integrate with and interact with, especially via tools like SSMS.
This is a great way to leverage your data to get better metrics and results. The world is driven by data these days and this is a great way to leverage that.
For instance, rather than receiving a syntax error, you can receive a weird message if you forget to include a comma while listing the fields you are asking for.
Very good - SQL Server have so far been a joy to work with. Along with T-SQL support and Azure integration, we're very happy with its performance and environment, including cool data visualization.
What I don't like most about this is that the error messages can be lacking sometimes leaving you puzzled as to what actually occurred.
I like that it's really stable and it doesn't consume a lot of resources. It's easy to use, highly customizable, and the performance is great.
For example if you miss a comma while listing out the fields you are querying for you can get a strange error rather than a syntax error.
Excellent repository of Governments actionable data. Cost effective, ACID compliant, robust, interoperable and reliable.
There is not much I don't like. But one thing that is very frustrating is the inability to share templates with a team of other programmers.
One of the evergreen relational database servers with good reliability, talent pool. It is easy to implement, maintain and work with.
High availability is one of the best features and also option to meet the HA is great, and easy of deployment.
Very good sql server, great database building software, easy and agile to move, you don't need a lot of experience to connect a bank with just a few researches and it is already very helpful.
It has great support options it also has a huge community as well. It has great performance and is a workhorse.
Overall It has been fantastic experience, learning, writing, executing sql queries here in really amazing. I prefer others to learn and use SQL Server.
It is a good RDBMS by microsoft it provide a good stability and has all the required features which are required for todays world.
Overall it is a very good software. It is use friendly and good value for money.
Easy to use, trusted and reliable tool. Years into using this tool and it is going great.
The best about SQL Server is its ease of use, intuitive GUI, best support available from Microsoft and online support from community etc, which is lagging in for e.g. Oracle or MySQL.
SQL server is an easy to use solution if you need an on premise database. It is easy to integrate with and interact with, especially via tools like SSMS.
Sage Intacct logo
4.2
443

Best-in-class Cloud ERP for Finance

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.1
    Ease of use
    4.1
    Features
    4.2
    Customer support
    4.0
Pros and Cons from Sage Intacct users   
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+15
Overall, it has been a great experience. Support is excellent, and the company works to constantly improve the product and keep the features competitive with what's available in the market.
Also for example, you can set invoices to "warn" you if duplicate invoice numbers when manually entering, but if you are using the import feature, it will just crash.
Have been on it since the start of the company and has worked great. Customer support is always there when we have a question and it serves our needs great.
Sage intacct was the worst experience I have had with any accounting system implementation. I basically did all of the integration and system set up and paid them to do it.
The customizing of reports is great. The simplicity is nice and it's easy to navigate around and for the most part pretty easy to train on.
We get a lot of errors within Intacct and Salesforce integration, I am not sure if our setup is just complex but we always seem to be fixing something.
Many options and integrations. I have used it for a while and looks interesting, and the data is impressive.
It was cumbersome to go back and fix an error. The customer service reps were not as knowledgeable in certain areas.
I because extremely comfortable with it with in days so i would say it is extremely user friendly. It was very convenient in the sene that most everything i needed was all in one place.
I like that Sage Intacct offers free webinars onlime. Accounting and financial management has been easy to handle via features like project accounting and AP and AR Automation.
The user friendliness makes it easy to train staff, the import feature saves us time when entering data and the ability to budget and expense to different dimensions.
Intacct is great for the price and functunality.
Sage is excellent to manage accounting departments for smaller organizations.
I can only say that I liked that this connected to Salesforce.
Ease of use, easy to modify and look up JEs as needed.
Overall, my experience has been positive. The Sage user community is active and we’ve been able to get support when we need it and the online how-tos and cheat sheets are very helpful.
It's very easy to use and integrates well with a number of other products, such as MineralTree and SalesForce.
I like how users cannot force things to work like in QuickBooks. If the rec doesn't balance, they have to figure it out.
Overall, it has been a great experience. Support is excellent, and the company works to constantly improve the product and keep the features competitive with what's available in the market.
Also for example, you can set invoices to "warn" you if duplicate invoice numbers when manually entering, but if you are using the import feature, it will just crash.
Have been on it since the start of the company and has worked great. Customer support is always there when we have a question and it serves our needs great.
Sage intacct was the worst experience I have had with any accounting system implementation. I basically did all of the integration and system set up and paid them to do it.
The customizing of reports is great. The simplicity is nice and it's easy to navigate around and for the most part pretty easy to train on.
We get a lot of errors within Intacct and Salesforce integration, I am not sure if our setup is just complex but we always seem to be fixing something.
Many options and integrations. I have used it for a while and looks interesting, and the data is impressive.
It was cumbersome to go back and fix an error. The customer service reps were not as knowledgeable in certain areas.
I because extremely comfortable with it with in days so i would say it is extremely user friendly. It was very convenient in the sene that most everything i needed was all in one place.
I like that Sage Intacct offers free webinars onlime. Accounting and financial management has been easy to handle via features like project accounting and AP and AR Automation.
The user friendliness makes it easy to train staff, the import feature saves us time when entering data and the ability to budget and expense to different dimensions.
Intacct is great for the price and functunality.
Sage is excellent to manage accounting departments for smaller organizations.
I can only say that I liked that this connected to Salesforce.
Ease of use, easy to modify and look up JEs as needed.
Overall, my experience has been positive. The Sage user community is active and we’ve been able to get support when we need it and the online how-tos and cheat sheets are very helpful.
It's very easy to use and integrates well with a number of other products, such as MineralTree and SalesForce.
I like how users cannot force things to work like in QuickBooks. If the rec doesn't balance, they have to figure it out.
Overall, it has been a great experience. Support is excellent, and the company works to constantly improve the product and keep the features competitive with what's available in the market.
Also for example, you can set invoices to "warn" you if duplicate invoice numbers when manually entering, but if you are using the import feature, it will just crash.
Have been on it since the start of the company and has worked great. Customer support is always there when we have a question and it serves our needs great.
Sage intacct was the worst experience I have had with any accounting system implementation. I basically did all of the integration and system set up and paid them to do it.
The customizing of reports is great. The simplicity is nice and it's easy to navigate around and for the most part pretty easy to train on.
We get a lot of errors within Intacct and Salesforce integration, I am not sure if our setup is just complex but we always seem to be fixing something.
Many options and integrations. I have used it for a while and looks interesting, and the data is impressive.
It was cumbersome to go back and fix an error. The customer service reps were not as knowledgeable in certain areas.
I because extremely comfortable with it with in days so i would say it is extremely user friendly. It was very convenient in the sene that most everything i needed was all in one place.
I like that Sage Intacct offers free webinars onlime. Accounting and financial management has been easy to handle via features like project accounting and AP and AR Automation.
The user friendliness makes it easy to train staff, the import feature saves us time when entering data and the ability to budget and expense to different dimensions.
Intacct is great for the price and functunality.
Sage is excellent to manage accounting departments for smaller organizations.
I can only say that I liked that this connected to Salesforce.
Ease of use, easy to modify and look up JEs as needed.
Overall, my experience has been positive. The Sage user community is active and we’ve been able to get support when we need it and the online how-tos and cheat sheets are very helpful.
It's very easy to use and integrates well with a number of other products, such as MineralTree and SalesForce.
I like how users cannot force things to work like in QuickBooks. If the rec doesn't balance, they have to figure it out.
Amazon Redshift logo
4.5
13

Accelerate your time to insights with fast, easy, and secure

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    3.8
    Ease of use
    3.7
    Features
    4.2
    Customer support
    3.8
Pros and Cons from Amazon Redshift users   
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+11
Redshift is a good data warehouse, if you have a good devops teams, it follows the rules of AWS so the setup good be ok.
At times, my ODBC connections would just break or give weird errors and after hours of scrolling through the documentation, I am still confused.
The main benefits we got are speed, ease of use, and reliability, which in turn gave us more time to work on other projects and also much better visibility of our products and business.
As expected, we don't have consumer support and no account manager has ever contacted me.
It is undoubtedly the best solution for data storage and processing in the cloud. If you are not yet a user, I highly recommend it.
Scaling out/up/down is quite limited with Redshift. The elastic resize is supposed to help on this but it's still limited to just halving/doubling your current cluster.
I like that it was accessible across multiple devices and I like that it was possible to integrate with RStudio.
It's not as flexible as Snowflake or BigQuery. Also, the max concurrency of 50 is quite low compared to other cloud data warehouses.
It supports multiple datatypes with many data compression solutions to save disk space and money.
Redshift was surprisingly easy to deploy as a total begginer. Once it was up, it was always very stable and we didn't have any issues.
There's also a good range of AWS documentation, so in that regard, if you're an AWS environment it offers a lot of integration.
Redshift is a great starting point for storing data if you're planning to build out a stack using other AWS products (EMR clusters, S3 for browsing, etc.).
I was satisfied with Amazon Redshift. It works fairly well, but ultimately competitors had a better offer, regarding features, scailing and pricing flexibility, and that is why we moved away from it.
In previous work I've also been able to hook Redshift up directly to Tableau which has been huge in building ad-hoc reporting directly from our datastore.
Redshift is a good data warehouse, if you have a good devops teams, it follows the rules of AWS so the setup good be ok.
At times, my ODBC connections would just break or give weird errors and after hours of scrolling through the documentation, I am still confused.
The main benefits we got are speed, ease of use, and reliability, which in turn gave us more time to work on other projects and also much better visibility of our products and business.
As expected, we don't have consumer support and no account manager has ever contacted me.
It is undoubtedly the best solution for data storage and processing in the cloud. If you are not yet a user, I highly recommend it.
Scaling out/up/down is quite limited with Redshift. The elastic resize is supposed to help on this but it's still limited to just halving/doubling your current cluster.
I like that it was accessible across multiple devices and I like that it was possible to integrate with RStudio.
It's not as flexible as Snowflake or BigQuery. Also, the max concurrency of 50 is quite low compared to other cloud data warehouses.
It supports multiple datatypes with many data compression solutions to save disk space and money.
Redshift was surprisingly easy to deploy as a total begginer. Once it was up, it was always very stable and we didn't have any issues.
There's also a good range of AWS documentation, so in that regard, if you're an AWS environment it offers a lot of integration.
Redshift is a great starting point for storing data if you're planning to build out a stack using other AWS products (EMR clusters, S3 for browsing, etc.).
I was satisfied with Amazon Redshift. It works fairly well, but ultimately competitors had a better offer, regarding features, scailing and pricing flexibility, and that is why we moved away from it.
In previous work I've also been able to hook Redshift up directly to Tableau which has been huge in building ad-hoc reporting directly from our datastore.
Redshift is a good data warehouse, if you have a good devops teams, it follows the rules of AWS so the setup good be ok.
At times, my ODBC connections would just break or give weird errors and after hours of scrolling through the documentation, I am still confused.
The main benefits we got are speed, ease of use, and reliability, which in turn gave us more time to work on other projects and also much better visibility of our products and business.
As expected, we don't have consumer support and no account manager has ever contacted me.
It is undoubtedly the best solution for data storage and processing in the cloud. If you are not yet a user, I highly recommend it.
Scaling out/up/down is quite limited with Redshift. The elastic resize is supposed to help on this but it's still limited to just halving/doubling your current cluster.
I like that it was accessible across multiple devices and I like that it was possible to integrate with RStudio.
It's not as flexible as Snowflake or BigQuery. Also, the max concurrency of 50 is quite low compared to other cloud data warehouses.
It supports multiple datatypes with many data compression solutions to save disk space and money.
Redshift was surprisingly easy to deploy as a total begginer. Once it was up, it was always very stable and we didn't have any issues.
There's also a good range of AWS documentation, so in that regard, if you're an AWS environment it offers a lot of integration.
Redshift is a great starting point for storing data if you're planning to build out a stack using other AWS products (EMR clusters, S3 for browsing, etc.).
I was satisfied with Amazon Redshift. It works fairly well, but ultimately competitors had a better offer, regarding features, scailing and pricing flexibility, and that is why we moved away from it.
In previous work I've also been able to hook Redshift up directly to Tableau which has been huge in building ad-hoc reporting directly from our datastore.
Librato logo
4.5
4

Measure Everything

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.5
    Ease of use
    4.3
    Features
    4.3
    Customer support
    4.5
Pros and Cons from Librato users   
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Celonis logo
4.5
4

Celonis is the global leader in execution management.

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.7
    Ease of use
    4.8
    Features
    4.8
    Customer support
    4.0
Pros and Cons from Celonis users   
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