Learn what industry analysts say about NetSuite products by reading one of these white papers.
NetSuite has been named a Leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide SaaS and Cloud-Enabled Finance and Accounting Applications 2017 Vendor Assessment.
NetSuite, a pioneer in cloud computing and the first cloud ERP company, now helps more than 40,000 companies, organizations, and subsidiaries in more than 100 countries transform their business operations and run their mission-critical business processes in the cloud.
The IDC assessment was based on an evaluation of 10 of the leading SaaS and cloud-enabled financial and accounting applications software vendors in the market and based on a wide range of criteria, which include functionality, discussions with references, their perception of the vendor and software in terms of technical support, account management, marketing message, total cost of ownership, ease of integration, user interface, and ROI, among others.
Read an excerpt from the report to see what IDC has to say about us. Learn about IDC vendor inclusion criteria, marketscape methodology, advice for technology buyers, NetSuite analysis and more.
Get this white paper to learn how to stay ahead of the curve with built-in business intelligence. Like a live baseball broadcast, NetSuite’s role-based dashboards show key information, KPIs and trends in context that help you run your business smarter.
The Cloud continues to hang over the business computing landscape like, well, a cloud. Public cloud, private cloud, hybrid cloud, SaaS, PaaS, IaaS—all of it makes for a confusing alphabet soup for even the most experienced industry observers and IT pros.
And, as longstanding technology firms look for ways to get into the market and new entrants emerge, creating new terminology, claiming firsts and generally obfuscating the entire landscape, it only promises to get more confusing for technology buyers seeking a cost effective, scalable and agile solution for their needs. This paper serves to provide some clarity around the different flavors of cloud and a detailed explanation of why multi-tenant SaaS offers the greatest combination of value, agility and scalability.
This primer on the new, converged revenue recognition standard – ASC 606 – offers practical advice on how Finance teams can prepare for compliance, and why a modern cloud-based financial system, with support for complex order management, billing and revenue recognition at it’s core, is critical for success. The white paper also describes why ASC 606 has impacts the organization beyond Finance and provides a timeline for ensuring readiness as the adoption date approaches.
Download this white paper to find out about the 7 key impediments that limit strategic visibility and how to remove these obstacles to make informed, insightful and assertive decisions that drive profitable business growth.
As well as simplifying and speeding financial consolidation for the CFO, a cloud-based two-tier ERP system delivers more complete, up-to-the-minute information to the CEO and everyone else in the executive suite. Much more than simply a platform for improved financial consolidation and governance, it provides a foundation for a modern, coordinated, agile and innovative enterprise that is truly global in reach and scope.
Managing your company’s financials is the backbone of your business and is vital to the long-term health and viability of your company. To continue applying the necessary financial rigor to support rapid growth, the accounting department needs the right tools to most efficiently do their job. Read this white paper to understand the 10 essentials of a complete financial management system and how the right solution can help you keep up with the rapidly changing business world.
Traditionally, small to mid-sized businesses piece together a patchwork of applications to run their operations. This application hairball results in a level of complexity that’s rife with manual tasks and bottlenecks and can hurt the customer experience. In fact, it can even result in the death of a once-vibrant company. Download this white paper to learn about the issues that growing companies face, and why so many have decided to move to NetSuite to accelerate business growth with a modern, integrated, cloud-based solution.
A new trend is evolving in enterprise resource planning (ERP). It’s the concept of two-tier ERP, and it has become a growing area of discussion in corporate finance and information technology (IT) departments. Done well, it promises to finally attain the global visibility, standardization, and efficiency we all imagined large-scale ERP would bring back before those systems proved too complex, costly, and slow to deploy. What is two-tier ERP, and when is it right?
In this ebook, The 8 Ways Legacy ERP Harms Your Business, learn how old ERP hold back business and how the cloud can help. Find out why economic, market, and technology changes have made it necessary for modern business systems to adapt more quickly, how outdated systems drain your IT budget, what a modern business must do to ensure their ERP systems keep pace with the demands of a global mobile business, and the four reasons companies are turning to the cloud to keep up with their ever-changing organizations.
This paper covers the financial and operational challenges that global medium sized businesses face, and examines the value that global, real-time financial consolidation solutions can deliver. It discusses the criteria that they can use to evaluate solutions, and how NetSuite’s OneWorld cloud solution can provide them with the global visibility, consolidation and reporting functionality they need to streamline operations and gain a competitive edge. The paper provides experiences of several NetSuite OneWorld customers and provides perspectives on how the right tools can give medium sized businesses the agility and visibility they need to achieve their global business objectives.
Find out the key reasons to move from QuickBooks to NetSuite, and the benefits your business can gain. You’ll read case studies from actual NetSuite customers that made the jump from QuickBooks—and the value that NetSuite delivered at their businesses.