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  • Welcoming the First New Partners of the New Year

    In my line of work, the New Year means a clean start, time to finish celebrating the mutual partner successes of last year, move on to renewing ties with established partners and welcoming new companies to the NetSuite cloud as we begin to execute on our 2013 plans. This year has started strong, with several additions to our channel program, so with the first month of the new year in the books I want to take a moment to acknowledge some of our new partners. We've welcomed some big names in the o...

  • Five Steps in Building a Cloud ERP Practice: Webinar Replay

    We know business application resellers, technology consulting firms, web developers, and mid-market software VARs are all keenly aware of the cloud opportunity and want to understand how to capitalize on it. In fact, there is a $32 billion addressable market for ERP and CRM business applications and we are at a rich inflection point as Y2K-era solutions are reaching end of life and need replacing. Need proof of the interest in building a Cloud ERP practice?

  • Microsoft, Sage VARs See Their Future in the Cloud

    In the last quarter alone, seven major channel partners with a long history of providing Microsoft Dynamics GP or Sage products have joined the NetSuite Solution Provider Program. Most are members of the Accounting Today VAR 100. A few years ago, signing just two VARs of this caliber would have been news.

  • The NetSuite Business Cloud Thunders into Latin America

    I was positively blown away by the overwhelming response to NetSuite's recent Business Cloud Tour of Latin America. We held a total of seven events in four key business hubs for two weeks this past November, and we're still following up with customers and partners seeking to move to the Business Cloud with NetSuite. By meeting in person with potential clients, VARs, SIs and developers, our Latin America team confirmed the pent-up demand in these hot emerging markets and brought the benefits...

  • The SuiteCloud Developer Network: The First Multi Vertical Ecosystem in the Cloud Part 2

    More than 12,000 companies and divisions run NetSuite solutions for their integrated, enterprise-grade ERP, CRM and Ecommerce operations, but the real power of NetSuite isn't only found in a customer record or an inventory screen, but also found in the flexible, extensible and eminently accessible SuiteCloud cloud platform that powers our solution and NetSuite’s growing roster of SuiteApps partners. NetSuite brings the power and potential of SuiteCloud, NetSuite’s customization platform, to...

  • Three Myths Separate VARs from Cloud Opportunities

    Since the NetSuite Solution Provider Partner Program began over ten years ago, we've noticed the same few misconceptions are frequently raised when we talk to VARs about cloud computing. We’ve regularly debunked these myths when speaking to new solution provider partners. But not everyone has reaped the benefits of these conversations.

  • Liberation Day: How to Help Clients Switch to Cloud ERP

    There's a reason old-guard ERP developers ran their businesses the way they did. It worked. Expensive maintenance contracts, calcified feature sets and costly hardware requirements didn't help your clients or your bottom line, but it certainly supported theirs.

  • SaaS Ready in Latin America

    When NetSuite started its business back in 1998 with the vision of bringing the power of traditional applications used by the world's largest enterprises to smaller companies via the web, the Internet itself was just starting in Latin America. In 1999 Latin America had only 5.7 million users (1.3% of the total population) and it wasn’t until the late 2000s that Brazil, one of the strongest online markets in the region, would see its first broadband connections. In recent years, however, hug...

  • Have On-Premise Developers Given Up?

    Sometimes it seems like the old-guard mid-market ERP companies have simply conceded the future to NetSuite. How else do we explain the fact that they let their partners twist in the wind, year after year, without developing a viable cloud computing solution? Nothing else makes sense.