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  • Stop the Software Integrations!

    For many years, small businesses have been purchasing “best-of-breed” business systems for every department of their organization and then dealing with the repercussions of those decisions later.  It makes sense at first because this approach solves your most immediate pain, shuts up the most loudly screaming department head for awhile, and seems to be the least complicated way of solving their problems.  So companies end up with one system for sales, another for accounting, maybe Exce...

  • NetSuite.org supports charity:water

  • Get Ready for a New and Improved Interface!

    You asked and we listened! Based directly on customer feedback, we’re improving the user interface for greater productivity and ease of use with Version 2010 Release 2 this fall. Look for a fresh UI that incorporates suggestions you’ve made for streamlining your day-to-day experience and making you even more productive.

  • Old Age Sage and New Age NetSuite

    The Sage World user conference kicked off the other day in sunny Telford here in the U.K. with the usual PR fanfare—and the not-so-usual spectacle of a couple of NetSuite poster trucks circling the conference centre. Our poster trucks (and some tweets) were light-hearted needling that borrowed a bit from U.K.

  • Close Abandoned Shopping Carts with Intelligent Ecommerce Business Software

    An abandoned shopping cart should not mean a lost sale. With effective marketing you can convert a majority of your abandoned carts into sales. The shopper has already told you what products they're interested in.

  • Huge Cloud Momentum in Channel Sales

    Wow, talk about momentum. We're already seeing huge momentum in the NetSuite partner channel, and this week I'm in Dallas at the XChange Americas 2010 channel sales conference amid a big buzz around cloud computing. It’s safe to say that the cloud is high on the radar screen for just about all of the 500+ attendees here—and NetSuite is at the leading edge.

  • State of Wholesale Distribution: A Survey of Key Business Objectives and Challenges among Mid-Market

    NetSuite recently completed a "State of the Industry" Wholesale and Distribution survey – it was a great undertaking that allowed us to get insights and feedback from a great cross-section of mid-market and fast growing business leaders. We didn't intent to do original research but in trying to get a sense of the market place we quickly realized that there weren't any good sources – NAW does terrific work but their focus is on the industry giants, we wanted to learn about typical wholesaler and ...

  • Revenue Recognition Transformation Series with NetSuite

    As some of you in the Bay Area may know, we recently kicked off our Revenue Recognition Series at the Four Seasons, Palo Alto on June 10th. It was standing room only as finance professionals from around the Bay Area gathered to hear NetSuite CEO, Zach Nelson, discuss the strategies needed to adopt the new EITF rules and ways NetSuite is making it easier for companies to comply. Additionally, attendees heard from some of the industry’s top revenue recognition experts including senior executives f...

  • The Clock is Ticking to Adopt the Latest EITF 08-01 Revenue Recognition Rules

    We're firmly over the halfway mark for 2010 – and if you're in the revenue accounting department of a company affected by the new revenue recognition rules, then you know it's definitely getting down to the wire for EITF 08-01 or EITF 09-03 adoption. Maybe you've already adopted the new rules or are in the process - and are juggling spreadsheets to try and handle the new rules right now. But the fact is, for your first fiscal year that starts or started after June 15 this year it's time to adopt...

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