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  • Powering the Hyper Growth Small Business

    The web enables a small business to go global instantly – reaching millions of customers and hundreds of millions in a year or two where it used to take a decade or more. But if your accounting and sales systems aren’t aligned to get you where you need to do be,  because your running software like QuickBooks or Sage,  then it can slow any small business down - just as your about to hit the inflection point. The NetSuite Cloud Fuels SMB Growth Beyond The Rack is a great example of align...

  • Adapting Your Business Strategies to Today's New Software Revenue Models

    Subscription-based software licensing has gone from a novel concept to a disruptive force to a mainstream business model. By 2015, 24% of all software revenue will be generated by subscriptions, according to research by IDC. For software companies, subscriptions introduce a host of opportunities and challenges.

  • Why Two-Tier ERP Matters in Europe

    More than ever before, it’s increasingly easy for companies to operate on a truly global basis, as the likes of mobile technology and virtual workforces counter differences in geographies and time-zones with 24/7 access to data. As a result, many UK businesses are now pieces of a broader puzzle: subsidiaries of larger enterprises that are headquartered elsewhere. To operate efficiently, these companies need complete integration between the headquarters and smaller branches, but it can often be i...

  • SuiteWorld 2011 PSA and SRP Recap

    A big thank you to all of our customers, partners, staff, press, analysts and other guests who attended the SuiteWorld conference in San Francisco. It was a fantastic event, with nearly 2,000 attendees from all over the world! NetSuite’s Services Vertical team spent the months leading up to the event preparing professional services automation (PSA) and services resource planning (SRP) sessions to cover hot topics such as project management, resource management and skills tracking, project accoun...

  • Mid-Year Market Performance Check-in. Cloud ERP is Mainstream

    No doubt there’s a lot of noise in the cloud marketplace these days. There seems to be a new cloud financial management vendor popping into existence every day. Meanwhile the existing on-premise vendors are desperately trying and disguise their existing portfolios as cloud.

  • NetSuite SuiteWorld Insight From Epiphany CEO

    It’s my first time blogging and it feels like public speaking but in silence. All–in–all a bit unnerving, but rather exciting. Another exciting first is the opportunity to attend SuiteWorld, NetSuite’s global user and partner conference.

  • Where Do You Want To Go Today? For Microsoft Great Plains Customers - it’s to the NetSuite Cloud

    Remember the old Microsoft slogan from the 90’s,"Where do you want to go today?”. Well, Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains) customers are already answering that question.  And the answer is the NetSuite cloud. Businesses across a wide range of industries and sizes are on the move from Great Plains–global media companies like Asia Digital Holdings, sports and entertainment firms such as Wasserman Media Group, through to wholesalers like Instrumart.

  • NetSuite Programme Offers UK VARs Fast-Track to the Cloud

    Cloud computing offers a huge opportunity for the UK’s channel community. As adoption of cloud services grows and grows in all kinds of businesses around the globe, the cloud can be a remedy to concerns about the economy (including factors such as the rise in VAT) and dwindling demand for on-premise software. By moving into the cloud, resellers can build valuable recurring revenue streams and capitalise on development platforms, like our own SuiteCloud, which can specialise and differentiate the...

  • The Decline of Single Instance Big ERP. Why Two-Tier ERP is on the CIO Agenda

    Remember back in the middle of last decade, when a single enterprise Oracle or SAP instance from corporate to every sub was all the rage? It was touted as the solution to an enterprise’s visibility and consolidation ills. It was meant to be simple: Just take your corporate SAP or Oracle instance, roll it out to your geos and subsidiaries, and wham, your organization is running like clockwork.