• PH Businesses Increasingly Adopting Cloud-based ERP to Grow Globally, Innovate

    Theo and Philo’s unique bean-to-bar, single-origin Philippine artisanal chocolate hit a sweet spot in the market shortly after its launch in 2010 – with demand growing at a rate of 700 percent to reach 14,000 bars a month. But it knew efficiently scaling to meet that demand with its current system would threaten to sour customer relationships. 

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  • PH Businesses Increasingly Adopting Cloud-based ERP to Grow Globally, Innovate

    Theo and Philo’s unique bean-to-bar, single-origin Philippine artisanal chocolate hit a sweet spot in the market shortly after its launch in 2010 – with demand growing at a rate of 700 percent to reach 14,000 bars a month. But it knew efficiently scaling to meet that demand with its current system would threaten to sour customer relationships. 

  • With NetSuite, Pusateri’s Empowers Industry-Leading Innovation in Gourmet Stores

    Providing a neighborhood grocery experience that concurrently whisks customers away on a culinary adventure has made Pusateri’s stores legendary in Canada since Cosimo Pusateri founded the first store in North Toronto more than 50 years ago. Staying true to old principles – treating customers as friends, providing fruits and vegetables sourced the same day on its store shelves, exceptional butchery and freshly prepared foods – have distinguished the business from high-end grocer competitors.

  • NetSuite to Ramp Up EMEA Sales Recruitment to Support Global Growth

    Oracle NetSuite, a pioneer and global leader in cloud software suites, is more than quadrupling the size of its sales team in EMEA, recruiting Applications Sales Representatives across the region, particularly in the UK, Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Germany. The winner of multiple awards, NetSuite’s true-cloud business system is aimed at helping companies in all industries grow. 

  • How Technology is Enabling Family Businesses to Thrive in the World of Digital Commerce

    In 1989, Peg and Tim Liebert founded a mail-order company they called Kansas Sampler. The catalog was filled with apparel and gifts related to the state of Kansas and local sports teams. In 1990, they expanded into brick-and-mortar retailing by opening five stores in the Kansas City area. Fast-forward to 2017 - the family-owned business, under the name Rally House is operating over 60 stores in nine states and a growing ecommerce site with son Aaron Liebert leading the helm.

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