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NetSuite, Inc.

NetSuite, Inc.

NetSuite is the world's leading provider of cloud-based business management software. NetSuite helps companies manage core business processes with a single, fully integrated system covering ERP/financials, CRM, ecommerce, inventory and more. More than 16,000 high-growth and midsized companies use NetSuite to run more effectively. By using NetSuite to automate operations, streamline processes and access real-time business information anytime, anywhere, growing businesses realize breakthrough performance improvements.

NetSuite is also the #1 cloud business management system provider powering the software and SaaS industries, and helps more than 800 software companies like Box, HubSpot,Hortonworks,RingCentral,Marin Software and Splunk run their business better.

Founded in 1998, NetSuite (NYSE: N) is headquartered in Silicon Valley with more than 1,800 employees throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia and Australia. NetSuite has been named by Gartner as the fastest-growing top 10 financial management solution. For more information about NetSuite, please visit
Company URL:   |   Address: 2955 Campus Drive, San Mateo , CA 94403-2511
Product Description
Last Updated: 01/27/12

NetSuite enables high-growth and mid-sized companies and divisions of large enterprises to manage their business better, by providing one complete Cloud-based ERP / financials system. Delivered as a SaaS solution, NetSuite eliminates the need for hardware, up-front license fees, and complex IT integration and maintenance while providing anytime anywhere access and real-time visibility in to business performance. NetSuite enables software companies to grow faster and more efficiently by automating and streamlining their key business processes, including real-time financial consolidation, streamlined billing and renewal processes, accurate financial reporting, and the ability to meet revenue recognition requirements
Categories: » Financial Applications    » Financial Services   
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Phone: (877) 638-7848
URL: http://NetSuite, Inc.
White Papers

By NetSuite

With the rapid growth of cloud computing, businesses must take a strategic view of their application footprint and understand how these applications cross departments and lines of business.

By NetSuite

The rise of the subscription model continues to impact the software industry. Learn what it takes to successfully grow and manage a recurring revenue business, including best practices.


Software companies know it is critical to standardize and streamline key financial processes such as compliance, revenue recognition and client billing and renewals. This information eBook includes a variety of executive insights on these topics from companies including Eloqua, NetSuite and from industry analysts. Download your copy of the eBook, NetSuite for the Software Industry.

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Security, reliability issues need to be addressed before financial management app vendors fully embrace the cloud.

By Amber E. Watson

NetSuite is a leading provider of cloud-based business management software designed to help companies manage core business processes with a single, fully integrated system covering enterprise resource planning (ERP)/financials, customer relationship management (CRM), e-commerce, and inventory. More than 12,000 high-growth and mid-sized companies as well as divisions of large enterprises rely on NetSuite to automate operations, streamline processes, and access real-time business information globally in the cloud.

By Frank Teti

A unified architecture capable of elastic scalability as well as transparent data movement sounds good. However, cloud computing is not as mature as previous distributed computing options. What’s in store for the future cloud?

By Sreedhar Kajeepeta

A decade ago, in all the business and technology journals, there was a lot of talk about Jim Collins’s seminal book on corporate leadership/management, Good to Great. Through those discussions, we all explored the findings of five years of research from Collins and 21 of his associates. One of the key takeaways of the very insightful analysis that permeates the book was the simple yet compelling observation that companies that consciously sought greatness and actually got there (“cumulative stock returns of => 6.9 times the general market growth” was the yardstick used in the research) showed a paradoxical combination of humility and willpower. (See Fig. 1.)

By Sreedhar Kajeepeta

Not so long ago—well, actually quite some ages ago, in IT terms—client/server computing was all the rage in IT transformation. It was the “killer app” that drove the growth of the whole industry, creating a brand-new ecosystem of technology and services companies while taking established leaders of the time to newer levels. Indeed, it’s not too far-fetched to say that every member of today’s IT industry has this trend to thank for how far the industry has come in terms of growth and consolidation.


By NetSuite

In this on-demand webinar Amy Konary, Research VP at IDC, shares insights from recent research into the evolution of software licensing and the benefits and challenges of a subscription model.

By NetSuite

See a live product demo of the #1 Cloud ERP for software companies. In this 45-minute demonstration you’ll get a tour of key functionality in NetSuite Software Company Edition, including recurring revenue management and optimization, contract renewal automation, lead-to-cash integration, and revenue recognition designed specifically for software providers. See how NetSuite helps Splunk, Eloqua, Qualys, and more than 800 software companies run their business better. Plus, get answers to your questions from our product experts.

By NetSuite

This webinar highlights how software companies are harnessing the cloud to adapt more quickly and drive rapid growth while reducing cost and complexity. Software companies will learn how to overcome some of today’s top challenges, and hear from other software leaders how the NetSuite cloud has helped them streamline financial, operational, and customer facing processes.

By NetSuite, Inc.

Today’s most successful software companies are leveraging new revenue models to monetize and drive value. Real-time visibility into key metrics and peer benchmarks helps to fuel growth for leading cloud and on-premise providers. Listen to the CEO of OPEXEngine and the COO of NetSuite in this pre-recorded webcast to learn more.

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