At NetSuite, we're gearing up for 2011 and our first ever user conference: SuiteWorld! We hope you're looking forward to this as much as we are. The NetSuite Nation is a strong and growing community, and we're thrilled to bring our customers and partners all together in San Francisco from May 8 – 12.
By bringing you SuiteWorld, we have three goals in mind. We'd like to help you:
- Learn about the latest innovations in business management suites coming from NetSuite and give you access to cloud computing product experts
- Connect with each other to share best practices, tips and tricks and productivity ideas to optimize your business
- Explore the growing ecosystem of partners and their value-added solutions built on the SuiteCloud platform
For more details on the agenda at SuiteWorld, visit the event website.
But enough about what we're hoping to bring you with SuiteWorld. We'd very much like to hear what YOU would like to get out of SuiteWorld and your trip to San Francisco.
So don't be shy: Leave us a comment and tell us what's on your mind.
If you haven't registered for SuiteWorld yet, hop to it! Early bird pricing is $795, but that only lasts until February 15, 2011. After that, the regular conference rate is $995. You can also book your hotel room at the Marriott Marquis through the SuiteWorld registration site at a great rate of $219 per night.
As an 8-years-plus veteran at NetSuite, planning this conference has me reflecting on all the fantastic customers, sales partners, developer partners and system integrator partners that I've personally interacted with over the years. Everyone has great stories about their businesses — particularly when it comes to how they're using cloud computing, and NetSuite's ERP, CRM, PSA and ecommerce functionality to increase the efficiency of their operations, and drive greater productivity. At SuiteWorld, we're hoping to share those great stories with the NetSuite Nation. SuiteWorld is after all where customers will be the stars of the show.
See you in San Francisco!
Posted on Wed, January 5, 2011
by Mini Peiris filed under