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  • Evan Goldberg’s SuiteWorld 2017 Keynote: Ready, Set, Next

    In his keynote for SuiteWorld 2017, NetSuite Executive Vice President details all the new features in NetSuite, including global expansion, industry solutions, omnichannel commerce, global supply chain automation, advanced bill of materials, time sheets in SRP, project profitability reporting, NetSuite for Agencies, NetSuite’s commitment to nonprofits, performance improvements, SuiteCloud platform enhancements, and new integrations between NetSuite and Oracle Planning and Budgeting.

  • Jim McGeever, Mark Hurd Promise More, More, More in SuiteWorld 2017 Keynote: Next Starts Now

    In the opening keynote from SuiteWorld 2017, NetSuite Global Business Unit Executive Vice President Jim McGeever shares what’s next for NetSuite and the industry. McGeever announces SuiteSuccess, a new industry cloud solution, and SuitePeople, core HR functionality built onto the NetSuite platform.

  • Unified Services, Financial and Customer Data Drives Insight at Golden Star Technology

    Golden Star Technology Inc. (GST) got its start selling whitebox PCs at Silicon Valley swap meets in 1984, back when 256 KB of RAM was cutting-edge and the floppy disk was a staple of computing. As the IT industry evolved, so has GST. Today, the Cerritos, Calif.-based GST is a leading IT and AV integrator and reseller, supplying more than 2,000 customers in public sector, hospitality and other industries with IT data center and audio-visual services and solutions.

  • Serving More Services: 5 Things to Look for at SuiteWorld 2017

    Companies that sell time or any combination of services and products are constantly confronted with questions around their business model and how they self-identify. How these companies market themselves and how they craft their offering may be in flux, but there is one certainty. No matter which direction you commit to or pivot from, operational efficiency is absolutely an imperative.

  • OpenSymmetry Replaces Salesforce, FinancialForce with NetSuite for ERP, PSA and CRM

    As it grew, OpenSymmetry, a management consulting and system integrator focused on sales performance management, knew it needed to reevaluate some of its processes and add new software to support it. Yet, when it began evaluating new systems, it found that integrating them with its existing FinancialForce solution would be problematic.

  • An Early Cloud ERP Adopter, GHA Technologies Grows Its VAR Business 5x

    Value-added resellers deliver computing equipment, software and services that help organizations improve efficiency and visibility across their operations. VARs need those same capabilities themselves to thrive in a fast-paced and fiercely competitive industry that puts a premium on customer service. GHA Technologies knows that first-hand. 

  • The Best Professional Services Firms Leverage Integrated Technology, Collaborative Cultures

    Many professional services organizations track key metrics such as net profit, billable utilization and more. The question is how those metrics stack up against peers and competitors in the industry at large. The annual Professional Services Maturity Benchmark report provides some answers. Now in its 10th year, this definitive study by SPI Research, the leading independent technology services research firm, sheds light on a dynamic and growing industry facing changes and challenges.

  • Tips on Achieving ‘Best-of-the-Best’ Performance in Professional Services

    What does it take to excel as a professional services organization (PSO)? The challenges are many in a fast-changing and highly competitive market. In 2016, PSO profitability declined by 8.4 percent, according to the 10th annual Professional Services Maturity Benchmark study by SPI Research, the leading research consultancy in the professional services industry.

  • Three Vital Questions for Finding the Right Resource Management Process

    One of the favored truisms of the IT world is the importance of achieving the right mix of people, process and technology. The general assumption is that it takes all three pillars to make an organization hum, yet many companies struggle with effectively managing their revenue generating assets: their people. Too often, companies try to manage their staff resources by relying on a combination of spreadsheets and the knowledge their people have of each other.