The explosion of internet-enabled devices means your products are never more than a click away from shoppers, wherever they are. Consumers expect an optimised experience from any digital touchpoint at any time. SuiteCommerce's Commerce as a Service (CaaS) architecture allows you to create a great shopping experience and deliver it across any site, any device, any country and supporting any business model without any limitations.
Your brand is your business and your storefront is the face of your brand. NetSuite's SuiteCommerce offering allows you to place every pixel exactly where you want on a page and delivers sub-second response times, ensuring you can build the customer experience you want.
While the iPhone and the iPad dominate the headlines, they are just the first wave in a flood of new devices that consumers will be using. As such, NetSuite has built responsive design principles into its webstore to allow your site to automatically adjust to different devices. Most important, we've removed any design limits that would prevent your site from delivering great shopping experiences on any future device.
SuiteCommerce lets you capitalise on any business opportunity, whether it be a new market entry or the development of an entirely new product line. NetSuite supports 19 languages, more than 190 currencies and taxation compliance for over 40 countries, empowering your brand for global growth. And with NetSuite OneWorld, you can manage all your worldwide business from a single system.
SuiteCommerce was built to support the needs of both B2B and B2C commerce from a single platform. Using its unlimited design flexibility, B2C sites can create the relevant, engaging experiences shoppers expect while B2B sites can support the growing trend of consumerisation of business technology. And because they are built on the same system, companies can develop new channels and business models with a dramatically lower investment and without the need to maintain separate systems.
SuiteCommerce gives B2B businesses the robust capabilities expected of an enterprise-class commerce system, including optimised invoicing and purchasing. The system supports payment methods often required for B2B transactions, such as invoice billing, credit limits and ACH processing, and includes features such as quantity-based pricing, purchase-to-pay and self-service purchase orders.