At NetSuite, our vision is to change the way growing and mid-sized companies do business by delivering the market's leading integrated, online business application for CRM, ERP and Web commerce. With products such as NetSuite, NetSuite OneWorld, NetSuite CRM+, and SuiteFlex, we already meet the needs of thousands of customers globally.
NetSuite enables companies of all sizes to manage all key business operations in a single, integrated system which includes customer relationship management; order management and fulfillment; inventory management; finance; ecommerce and Web site management; and employee productivity. NetSuite is delivered as an on-demand service, so there is no hardware to produce, no large, up-front license fee, and no complex set-ups. Finally, NetSuite's patent-pending "real-time dashboard" technology provides an easy-to-use view into role-specific business information that is always up-to-date.
NetSuite products include: NetSuite, the one system for growing and mid-sized companies to run their entire business; NetSuite OneWorld, which allows companies to manage their multinational and multi-subsidiary business operations in real-time around the world; and NetSuite CRM+, the industry's leading, most innovative CRM solution.
NetSuiteFinancial provides a single, easily accessed ERP system of record, including accounting, financial management, inventory control, order processing, service delivery, billing and employee management.
SuiteCloud is a comprehensive offering of on-demand products, development tools and services designed to help software developers take advantage of the benefits of cloud computing. SuiteCloud also helps developers target new markets quickly with applications built on mature and proven business processes.
NetSuite OneWorld business software solution is an on-demand business system that delivers real-time global business management and financial consolidation to multinational, multi-subsidiary companies.
NetSuite's ecommerce software platform provides a dynamic, database-driven website and web store that help you sell through online channels. With built-in CRM, order management, inventory, and accounting software, NetSuite gives your customers a rich and personalized online experience and gives you control and greater visibility of your ecommerce operations.
NetSuite CRM+ software delivers powerful customer relationship management capabilities, including sales force automation, marketing automation, customer support and service, flexible customization through SuiteFlex and more.
The risks of cloud computing have been completely turned on their head in the past year. Previously, businesses were wary of the cloud due to issues like security and reliability. Now, with cloud vendors having pushed beyond those obstacles, the risk is waiting too long. Many businesses are learning the hard way that the cloud is a competitive advantage for those who aggressively embrace it, but a distinct competitive impediment for those who sit on the sidelines.
The worst of the downturn may be behind us, but its lessons remain clear. For businesses to survive and thrive, they must be able to make better decisions quickly, focus on core strengths and responsibilities, and reduce costs wherever possible. Cloud computing solutions provide a fiscally responsible, productivity-positive meansway to deliver on these goals, eliminating waste and needless expense while strengthening the processes which make your company competitive and successful.
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