SVP, Corporate Communications
NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson and Executives from Chicago-Based Companies to Spotlight How Cloud Computing Transforms Business
CHICAGO and SAN MATEO, Calif.—October 28, 2009—NetSuite Inc. (NYSE: N), a leading vendor of cloud computing business management software suites, today announced that it will bring its national business cloud computing seminar to the Chicago Trump International Hotel & Tower, November 3, from 2:00pm to 6:00pm. This timely seminar on the latest advancements in business cloud computing will feature a keynote speech by NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson, and shared insights from leading executives of Chicago-based businesses on how their companies are leveraging the business cloud to lower operating costs and gain greater visibility across global operations. To register for this complimentary event, please visit www.netsuite.com/cloudseminar.
Mr. Nelson's keynote, titled "How the Cloud Transforms Business Management," will detail how cloud computing enables businesses to reduce costs and improve efficiency by performing key operations in the cloud. He will elaborate on how cloud computing can provide unprecedented levels of real-time control and visibility over multi-subsidiary and multinational operations, and simplify multi-currency financial consolidation.
The seminar in Chicago will open with an address by leading industry analyst, Vinnie Mirchandani, founder of Deal Architect and former Gartner analyst. Mr. Mirchandani will present on "The New TCO: Total Cloud Ownership."
The keynotes will be followed by an Executive Panel discussion on "How the Cloud Changes Everything." Confirmed panel participants in Chicago include Jim Holtzman CFO of Fieldglass; Aaron Judy, VP of Technology & Operations at Wonderlic, Inc. and Dave Weiss, Director of Internet Marketing at Wrigleyville Sports. The panel and NetSuite's closing remarks will be followed by a networking reception.
NetSuite's global seminar series, launched in London and continuing this fall in business centers throughout North America and the Asia-Pacific region, cements its status as the most exciting full-spectrum cloud computing developer, and is the latest in a series of accomplishments in recent months. Three of the most successful recent IPOs in the United States were conducted by companies who entrust their business operations to NetSuite: OpenTable, Inc. (NasdaqGM: OPEN), SolarWinds, Inc. (NYSE: SWI), and LogMeIn, Inc. (NasdaqGM: LOGM). Fujitsu Business Systems of Japan recently became a sales and support partner, expanding the reach of the only fully-localized Japanese cloud computing enterprise solution. And NetSuite OneWorld, the leading cloud computing solution for multinational enterprise, has achieved industry certification by influential accounting trade groups in the United Kingdom and Germany.
About Zach Nelson:
An accomplished software industry leader, Mr. Nelson became CEO of NetSuite in 2002 after establishing executive credentials at some of the most influential and innovative technology companies of the past 20 years. His executive experience in sales, product development, marketing, and strategy at Oracle, Sun Microsystems, and McAfee/Network Associates provided the experience and vision to take NetSuite from startup to NYSE-listed success story with over 6,600 customers.
For more information about NetSuite Inc., please visit www.netsuite.com.
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