Managing and calculating sales taxes is one of the most pervasive bugaboos companies face, and it's made more daunting by the fact that most companies do it manually.
As NetSuite's fast-growing community of solution provider partners is painfully aware, it's not your grandmother's business-to-business marketing landscape anymore.
Posted by Adrian Bridgwater, Guest Blogger
NetSuite today significantly extended its strategic technology proposition. During this year's SuiteWorld 2015 conference and exhibition CEO Zach Nelson detailed news of a new strategic cloud alliance with Microsoft. This new partnership will connect NetSuite's cloud ERP platform to the Microsoft Office 365 productivity application platform and Microsoft's Windows and Azure Cloud.
For some partners, SuiteWorld isn’t just a place to go to tell prospects and customers about your product, it’s a place to go and have them teach you about your own product.
SuiteWorld, NetSuite’s annual partner and user conference, is an excellent way to get front and center with the company’s executive team, according to one longtime partner. It’s also a pretty good party.
SuiteWorld 2014 was a watershed moment for field service automation provider FieldAware's partnership with NetSuite. Not only did FieldAware's SuiteApp achieve "Built for NetSuite" verification...
As a veteran of nearly a decade worth of SuiteWorlds, Dave McGee is all too familiar with just how much the annual gathering of NetSuite customers, partners and solution providers can focus and energize a business.
For many technology consulting firms, “cloud computing” has long been a dirty word, something that threatens their very business by removing the hardware refreshes, system upgrades and complex integration scenarios that provide so much of their service revenue.
For many companies, a cloud-based software platform has meant a well-run, modern, robust, fully secured and affordable IT system where scale, innovation and resources benefit each and every company and user.