NetSuite’s technology platform is built to be scaled. Companies of all sizes rely on NetSuite's flexibility, buying only the modules they need today knowing they can add other functionality later when they are more complex.
NetSuite provides specialized solutions for many industries: wholesale distribution, professional services, manufacturing, retail, marketing agencies, consulting, education, energy, financial services, food and beverage, healthcare, IT services, non-profit, eCommerce, software and technology, transportation, etc. They meet the needs of clients looking for key functionality in a single application.
NetSuite's valuation and audit processes enable organizations to meet the demanding regulatory compliance requirements for their IPO. Its specialized functionality makes it the go-to IPO solution, with over 65% of tech organizations going public in 2021 utilizing NetSuite's capabilities.
NetSuite is a major leader in the ERP scalability category since its technology is built to adapt to the companies it is serving. Small to large organizations can scale their NetSuite platform to meet their specific needs, without paying for unnecessary functionality.
NetSuite places great importance on the relationships it maintains with its partners. NetSuite partners include Solution Providers, Alliance Partners, SuiteCloud Developer Network Partners, and Business Process Outsourcing Partners.
NetSuite sells enterprise software applications that are built on a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform and are accessible via an internet connection from anywhere.
NetSuite Financial Management
NetSuite Inventory Management
NetSuite Customer Relationship Management
NetSuite Omnichannel Commerce
NetSuite Warehouse Management System (WMS)
NetSuite Human Capital Management - SuitePeople
NetSuite Professional Services Automation - SuiteProjects
While customers can purchase NetSuite software and services directly from NetSuite, there is also a large ecosystem of partners who sell and/or provide services, too.
Solution Providers sell NetSuite licenses and offer implementation services, support, and custom development. Solutions Providers may provide experienced software architects, developers, and implementation consultants knowledgeable in your industry or micro industry. Some Solutions Providers provide ongoing post go-live support services, too. Customers may prefer to negotiate their NetSuite software and services with an entrepreneurial firm, as to avoid negotiating directly with Oracle. Solutions Providers receive a cut on the software sale and this can cushion the services side in terms of rates to their customers or their willingness to make an owner investment if there is a dispute or surprise in scope or budget.
Alliance Partners do not sell software, but rather partner NetSuite direct to implement the NetSuite products you purchase. NetSuite relies on Alliance Partners to extend their ability to strategically deliver implementation services beyond their own professional services division. This could be due to their own bandwidth concerns, industry-specialization that a partner can provide, or geographically-advantageous location, etc.
Third party application developers who specifically create solutions built for NetSuite. Users look to them for vertical industries or specific business processes.
This unique partnership offering is the addition of business-process-as-a-service (BPaaS) solutions. BPaaS reduces costs, improves efficiency, and speeds up ROI.