Thanks to all those who attended SuiteCloud 2010 – the annual NetSuite partner conference! We appreciate all our sponsor participation and partner turnout of over 500 attendees. In case you are a NetSuite partner who wasn't able to attend, here’s what you missed:
Zach Nelson, CEO of NetSuite, kicked off the conference with a special launch event on Wednesday night. He announced SuiteCloud 2.0 and partnerships with Amazon and Google. For a full list of announcements made at the conference visit our press page(opens in new tab).
Additionally, Iron Solutions showed up to introduce their new NetSuite-based vertical solution for the agricultural equipment industry, complete with tractor in tow. To check out some pics of the tractor in front of the Intercontinental Hotel, (opens in new tab).
The conference sessions started Thursday with addresses from Craig West, VP Channel Sales; Marc Huffman, SVP of World Wide Sales and Guido Haarmans, VP Developer Network. The next two days were filled with keynotes by Founder Evan Goldberg, Analyst, Brian Sommer and breakout tracks covering everything from technical sessions to sales and marketing.
Thursday night the awards ceremony was in full swing, complete with paparazzi and a surprise appearance by the Jollibee himself to accept the inaugural Hairball Awards for customers! To learn more about the Hairball Awards, click here(opens in new tab).
The awards wrapped up with this year's key partner and developer awards - congrats to all our winners! Visit our Flickr page(opens in new tab) for photos.
- SuiteCloud Developer Network Partner of the Year – Celigo, Inc.
- SuiteApp of the Year – Rootstock Software
- Solution Provider of the Year, World Wide – ForwardHindsight
- Solution Provider of the Year, Americas – EnabledSuccess
- Solution Provider of the Year, EMEA – BT Engage IT
- Solution Provider of the Year, APAC – Phoenix Global Energy Solutions
Friday, Gary Wiessinger VP of Product Management wrapped things up with the product roadmap for the next year (sorry, no spoilers here) and we closed the event with the announcement of SuiteWorld 2011.
Thanks again to everyone who participated, and we’ll see you next year!