NetSuite Blog

Everything listed under: Platform

  • What Millennials Expect from Workplace Technology and What It Means for Business Software Buyers

    In this blog post, Jody Kaminsky, Senior VP, Marketing at NetSuite’s partner Ultimate Software reveals new findings from research into today’s workforce and their expectations regarding technology in the workplace, as well as detailing the meaning of these findings for business software buyers.

  • Wine Industry Disruptor Tracks Wine Kegs, Mines Data with Customized NetSuite Integration

    It's probably not a surprise that when Free Flow Wines went to look for an application that would enable it to track its signature wine kegs, it came up empty handed. In fact, Free Flow Wines couldn't find a decent product that could track any kind of returnable asset.

  • NetSuite CTO Details Procure-to-Pay, Developer, Mobile Capabilities

    NetSuite founder and CTO Evan Goldberg took to the circular stage at SuiteWorld today to detail the company’s plans for data center expansion, new mobile capabilities, new procure-to-pay functionality and demo the new SuiteCommerce InStore product.



  • Microsoft and NetSuite Form Strategic Alliance Combining ERP and Productivity

    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.

  • SolarWinds, MindJet Share Tips for Extending NetSuite

    Getting NetSuite up and running is a speedy process that has been engineered to be both intuitive and painless from the start but that’s just the beginning.

  • NetSuite August Tweets Tout Customers

    As the Summer of 2013 unfortunately draws to a close, we take a look back at some of our favorite tweets in August, a month that saw some big customer wins, happy users, compelling customer success stories and yet another recognition for our professional services automation software.Those are a number of big wins outthere @NetSuite- impressive! The #PaaSwars are going to get better http://t.co/oDLVLnUdPi—Aditya Kamalapurkar (@aoladi) August 13, 2013Tearing into NetSuite FinancialReport writing. ...

  • NetSuite’s July Twitterati

    With major partnerships, big plans for China, more recognition for Zach Nelson and more! July was no lazy summer month for NetSuite. In fact, it was downright busy.NetSuite customers, employees and friends were all there to capture and share the NetSuite experience on Twitter.

  • Software Maintenance - Another Reason to Move to the Cloud

    In February, SAP decided to increase the price of standard support on new contracts, just the latest step in the company’s troubled relationship with maintenance and its customers.A few years ago, customers fought back on SAP's attempts to impose a maintenance fee increase by forcing all customers to move from standard support to enterprise support -- a 22% hike. After a public outcry, SAP backed down. Now, SAP appears to be trying to impose a smaller price increase, with no obvious improvement ...

  • Four Reasons Why Cloud EDI Makes Sense

    Sooner or later, growing businesses that participate in supply chains will need to transmit and receive electronic data interchange (EDI) documents with trading partners. Many small manufacturers and distributors encounter EDI requirements when they connect with national distributors and retailers. Others need the accountability EDI brings to supplier arrangements.