• Prophet Sees Streamlined Operations with NetSuite Platform

    For Prophet, a leading San Francisco-based global consulting firm, its internal operations were not in line with its rapid rate of business growth. The firm managed its business with a web of disparate systems that obscured an end-to-end view across U.S.-based and international offices. Hundreds of internal employees and consultants based around the globe submitted time and expenses in different currencies and different systems.

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  • Prophet Sees Streamlined Operations with NetSuite Platform

    For Prophet, a leading San Francisco-based global consulting firm, its internal operations were not in line with its rapid rate of business growth. The firm managed its business with a web of disparate systems that obscured an end-to-end view across U.S.-based and international offices. Hundreds of internal employees and consultants based around the globe submitted time and expenses in different currencies and different systems.

  • Breaking Down the Barriers Between Services and Finance

    For software and technology companies, billing and revenue is generally derived from the following elements; perpetual licenses, subscriptions, maintenance (potentially usage and/or hardware) and services. These different elements each have distinct rules to trigger billing and recognize revenue in accordance to local governing regulations. Finance tends to have a good handle on managing the rules and triggers across most elements, albeit some of this work may be managed manually with spreadsheets.

  • Delivering the Perfect Omnichannel Order: Myths vs Reality

    The definition of the perfect order has radically changed in the omnichannel era. For customers, the perfect order means getting the right products and services at the best price, whenever and wherever. For merchants, it means accomplishing this at the optimal cost and efficiency. Delivering the perfect order requires a delicate balance of inventory visibility, routing logic and strategies for dealing with exceptions.

  • Precision Disposables Implements NetSuite in 59 Days, Gains Foundation for Sustainable Growth

    \When Bruce Capagli took over as COO of Precision Disposables, he knew exactly what he wanted to avoid in choosing an ERP system for the disposable medical goods startup.Decades of paying consultants for upgrades on already costly systems convinced him of the merits of cloud-based ERP. 

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