NetSuite and Intacct: A Comparison Guide for Small Businesses

NetSuite and Intacct are often pitted against each other during discussions about accounting software. Both NetSuite and Intacct are cloud-based Software as a Service (SaaS) applications that are cloud-based. Intaact is primarily an accounting focus software that is designed for small, and medium businesses. Intaact focuses heavily on financial management as compared to NetSuite as a full Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software.

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NetSuite ERP: Future-Proofing Business in the Manufacturing Industry

Businesses in the Manufacturing Industry are faced with a lot of challenges from the production floor, inventory, supply chain, quality control, and many more. Manufacturers are also faced with fluctuating customer demands, regulatory compliance, and a volatile business landscape.

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NetSuite Cost: Internal Cost Associated with Staff Involved

No NetSuite implementation effort would be effective and successful without the active and engaged participation of key stakeholders, mostly from the accounting and finance teams, and overall operations such as inventory management and order fulfillment. As such, one must factor in the cost of the time involvement of these resources throughout the different phases of the implementation project, from requirements gathering and validation, through testing, and actual historical data migration in preparation for go-live.

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NetSuite and Quickbooks: A Comparison Guide for Small Businesses

Quickbooks is a staple in accounting from small to medium businesses. Quickbook provides cloud-based solutions for financial management and accounting. The features in Quickbooks help small businesses keep track of daily transactions, sales, and expenses. It also allows small businesses to generate invoices, inventory, and payroll.

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Professional Services Cost for NetSuite Support Post Go-Live

Once live with NetSuite, organizations will need support as they adapt to and get used to their new system for finance, accounting, and other operational activities. Through time, the level of support needed drops. As such, one must factor in the costs of support with a heavier allocation on the first 6 to 12 months go live to allow organizations to successfully transition to the NetSuite environment. 

Your options for support services basically fall into 3 buckets:

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