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Many businesses face these questions:
How much will it cost me yearly for NetSuite? What does NetSuite Pricing look like from a licensing perspective? How will I get NetSuite Implemented? There are several areas that will feed into your first year costs and your long term cost structure. Educate yourself before you buy.
How do we get to a full understanding of NetSuite pricing and associated implementation costs?
Here are a few questions we need to answer to really understand NetSuite Pricing.Continue reading
The principle behind Agile is being adaptive to business needs by providing an iterative framework that allows for adapting to change. Change can be in either the business priority, change in schedules, change in team, or any other type of project change. So how do you go about delivering a cloud ERP implementation with Agile? First, let’s understand a little more about what Agile is.Continue reading
Cloud ERP Wars: NetSuite vs. Odoo / OpenERP - A Total Cost of Ownership/ TCO Analysis“The next ERP technology evolution is underway, driven this time by customers. And like the last evolution, many of the existing ERP vendors are ignoring or are in denial..” NetSuite vs. Odoo. Ready to find out more? Learn more about the total cost of ownership between OpenERP and NetSuite. Understand the benefits and pitfalls of each and make the right decision.
Summary:The fourth quarter of 2014 was NetSuite’s seventh consecutive quarter of more than 30 percent year-over-year revenue growth.
ERP provider NetSuite reported earnings and revenue Thursday after the bell, and the results were slightly higher than analyst expectations.
The company posted a fourth quarter net loss of $25.3 million, or 33 cents a share, on revenue of $157.9 million. Non-GAAP earnings for the fourth quarter were 10 cents per share.
Wall Street was expecting non-GAAP fourth quarter earnings of 10 cents a share on revenue of $155.4 million.Continue reading
Open source cloud computing is on the rise, and one vendor is hoping to take things to the next level. Odoo, formerly OpenERP, recently went through a change of name, and the company has also raised $10 million in funding to push its open source cloud marketing, but it also plans to soon release version 8 of its suite of cloud-based business services.Continue reading
No question about it: cloud computing is changing the world. It’s the invisible part of your smartphone and tablet, the part that holds your apps and files, and lets you work from anywhere. (Business Insider, April 2014)
IBM estimates that 85% of new software today is being built for the cloud and that one-quarter of the world’s apps will be available on the cloud by 2016.
By 2017, enterprises are expected to be spending $235 billion on the cloud, predicts market research firm IHS.Continue reading
NetSuite bets big on PH, expands operations
By Vanessa B. Hidalgo
Philippine Daily Inquirer
May 26, 2014 at 12:11 am
SAN JOSE, California—It is no secret that the Philippines is a home away from home for many global companies. The country is considered ideal primarily because of the communication skills and ingenuity of Filipinos.
NetSuite, one of the world’s leading providers of cloud-based services, is one of a growing number of companies that consider the Philippines their “backyard.”
NetSuite said during the recently concluded SuiteWorld 2014 here that it had a soft spot for the Philippines.
NetSuite Philippines general manager James Dantow recounted that there were only a handful of employees back when the company started in the Philippines in 2006. Operations were so small that he would sometimes rush to the supermarket to purchase toilet paper for the employees.Continue reading