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Too Complicated for Daily UseGeneral Manager (Environmental Services company, 11-50 employees)9th of July 02:53
Netsuite was chosen by our company around 9 months ago and has been in use since January 2015. Implementation was long process and was expensive. Costs include the purchase of main licence, an expensive per-person licence, paying a consulting firm to run the implementation project and having a dedicated in-house employee as "admin" to support the other users. Netsuite has brought some great changes to our company and improved our record keeping hugely. It has also brought transparency to many of the processes and highlighted bottlenecks. There are many downsides however, we have run into a plethora of technical problems with logic and programming along the way, while error messages abound (much to the annoyance and over-work of the consultant's team). All of the glitches have been worked out and customer service from the NS themselves has been extremely fast and professional. Adding to the downsides, Netsuite is probably the LEAST intuitive system I have used since the 90s. It really seems like it is stuck in the past. There are hardly any icons, no drag and drop and navigation is inconsistent. Additionally, as a general manager, I need to extract information and data quickly and easily, but I cannot. Every time I want to extract data I have to go to our in-house admin for her to "write a search" in a logic/language that took her months to learn. Nobody else has time to learn that, so nobody else can do it. To my knowledge, NS has poor graphing capabilities and is very rigid in that I cannot easily change the way data is displayed once it is graphed. Usually, if I want data and I have not got time to wait for the admin to write the search pattern for me, I just export a large amount of data with a predefined/standard search and filter it and graph it with Excel - but this always begs the question, why are we paying through the nose for a program (NS) that is so difficult to use that it forces me to use another program (Excel) to make up for its inadequacies? I could go on with the downsides of how unusable it is from a manger's point of view - there is a lot to say, but I think you get the picture. The biggest downfall of Netsuite for me is that it is so hard to use that staff really do not want to use it. This is particularly evident in the sales department. They will only really use it for what they really have to use it for: making quotes, so we lose out. Customer data does not get sufficiently recorded, project details are lacking, contacts are hard to look up, customer account history is never recorded (we can't even find the field to put that in). Other systems we used before, e.g. Zoho CRM, Pipedrive and even Excel, are easy to use and therefore get used by the staff. A system such as Netsuite might have a beautifully coded backend, but if it discourages use through extreme user-unfriendliness, it becomes an almost useless system.
NetSuite ReviewA verified reviewer25th of June 13:47
We have been using NetSuite for 7 years now. Software is very easy to use and very robust. We are a small business in the petrochemical industry and operate our business with very few people with the help of NetSuite.
A World Class Solution for a new WorldSteve Huening, Owner, Acme control Service Inc22nd of June 19:04
After 25 years of solving our IT problems in-house, we launched Netsuite in May of 2014 and we couldn't be happier. We currently sell more than 100,000 items in our online store, we have eliminated our in-house IT department and we have not suffered a single minute of downtime. Every business should migrate to the cloud and Netsuite is the only provider that really gives the customer a single data core solution.
Best product on the market in this spaceNathan Porter, Owner of ARC, LLC22nd of June 18:07
We've been on the platform for over 10 years and have never thought about changing. They continue to build out new features and add the functionality that is cutting edge for a small business like ours. We have used it on many occasions to differentiate ourselves from our competition and provide valuable information to our customers.
Netsuite ReviewStaff Accountant (Wine and Spirits company, 11-50 employees)22nd of June 18:04
We have been using Netsuite since Nov 2014. We integrated Quickbooks and was trying to integrate Bill.com with Netsuite but with no succes. It was a bummer since it would have made our life so much easier to be able to send electronic payments to our vendors. Netsuite has an easy platform and its been easy to learn how to use it , We didn't receive any specific training , however it would be great with more custom made reports to pull vendor transaction information , bill-to-year reports etc.
Netsuite Rocks!Gwen Burton, --30th of April, 2014 09:27
User since it began as Net Ledger in 2000, not one outage or unscheduled downtime in 14 years and counting.
Small company Netsuite userCo-Owner, President (Wholesale company, 11-50 employees)29th of April, 2014 21:07
Super-capable platform. I will never need to upgrade to another system regardless of the size and complexity of my operations. I have been using Netsuite for close to 2 years. Because we are small, it allows us to automate many functions that previously were tedious. By the same token, we are not staffed with anyone that can fully leverage all that NS provides so many of the features are under-utilized. When I determined that I was only going to make an ERP selection one time, I created a list of must-have capabilities. Netsuite came out ahead in my evaluation of several companies. I believe I made a good choice!
The integration of the ERP/CRM experience is unmatchedJeffrey Gradek, Owner, Filter Services Illinois29th of April, 2014 15:02
We have been using NetSuite for our ERP/CRM requirements since 2009. We enjoy the flexibility of the product very much. Our implementation went well (which is amazing considering...). The integration of the ERP/CRM experience is unmatched.
Pretty goodJack30th of March, 2013 13:03
NetSuite is pretty good overall. It's simpler to integrate. You get what you pay for.
Run Your Business in the CloudTom Kelly4th of March, 2012 20:28
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.
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