NetSuite employees who receive permission from their managers are allowed up to 20 hours each quarter to provide pro bono support to NetSuite nonprofit and social enterprise customers seeking NetSuite assistance.
NetSuite’s Pro Bono program matches the professional skills of our passionate employees with the needs of nonprofits and social enterprises who are using NetSuite’s technologies.
Suite Pro Bono is designed to support a variety of employee skillsets (beginner to expert), time constraints (one day, short-term and long-term projects), and professional strengths.
Employees simply complete an application indicating their skills (both NetSuite-based and general), time available during the quarter, and how they want to get involved. There are plenty of pro bono options for employees without specific NetSuite ERP skills, and you are encouraged to apply!
Nonprofit and social enterprise software donation recipients have an opportunity to apply for Suite Pro Bono team assistance quarterly. Organizations first select from the available project offerings and then choose the type of support they are looking for.
There are three types of Suite Pro Bono support options available:
Nonprofit and social enterprise organizations should review the Social Impact Blueprint to determine where in your journey you might need pro bono support, select up to two projects (only one of them will be granted), and request a support option.
Suite Pro Bono is a competitive application process, and applications are fulfilled at the discretion of NetSuite. We are not always able to fulfill every pro bono request, but we do try our best to do so. See our FAQs page for more on this topic.
|Quarters||Applications Due||Project Work Timeline|
|1||Early June||July, August|
|2||Early September||October, November|
|3||Early December||January, February|
|4||Early March||April, May|