As the digital age transforms organizations, many are looking for software solutions to meet their evolving needs. Luckily, there are several established platforms that can help your company grow. However, this comes with the downside of making the selection process confusing.
In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, multinational companies have to be flexible and responsive to market changes compared to smaller firms. An expansive structure can be a roadblock to flexibility—and that’s where NetSuite OneWorld comes in.
Customer Relationship Management is a powerful driving force for the sales team across industries, as they connect several departments, including Sales, Marketing, Customer Support, and Technical Services.
Multinational companies (MNCs) have grown exponentially in both numbers and economic relevance over the last 50 years. Access to large and growing markets and the need to optimize production processes have pushed these firms to venture out of their home countries, supercharging their bottom lines.
Modern businesses need an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution to cater to their changing scale. NetSuite is an industry-leading, cloud-based ERP platform that caters to firms of different sizes and from different industries.
In a few short years, NetSuite has become a leading ERP solution for fast-growing, vertical-market small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Following its $9.3 billion acquisition by Oracle in 2016, the company has grown nearly 30 percent, now serving over 16,000 customers.
For many business managers and C-suite executives, new administrative issues caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic have shifted focus away from strategic business goals. Logistical problems and delayed cash flows have only magnified this problem.
As a leading Cloud ERP platform, NetSuite continually improves its software solutions by adding brand new features and enhancements to its entire suite. The company uses a phased rollout approach to release scheduled updates to their entire customer base twice a year.
In-house data security and data management are critical considerations for modern firms. With large amounts of sensitive customer and business data on servers, you want to make sure that unauthorized personnel—both inside and outside the organization—can’t access it.
Asset and lease management—with regard to plant, property, and equipment—can be difficult for large organizations with multiple business units in different locations. Managing differences in currencies, depreciation models and compliance needs are beyond challenging when attempted manually.