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NetSuite Inc. has made available NetSuite for iPhone 2.1, a free ERP iOS 7 application delivering new capabilities for mobile users to conduct business on the go.

Available as a free download from the Apple App Store, NetSuite for iPhone 2.1 users can create, edit and delete key business data from a native mobile application.

Other key features in NetSuite for iPhone 2.1 include: home dashboard synchronization; full record support; business action support; complete activity management of calendars across list, week and month views; record customization support; the ability to save record searches; expanded swipe action support; and local language and currency adaptation.

“The quickening pace of business and a fast-growing mobile workforce require rich mobile applications that extend data access and transactional capabilities from the desktop to mobile devices,” said NetSuite product management director Malin Huffman.“NetSuite for iPhone takes the value proposition of the NetSuite cloud a step further by delivering mobile capabilities critical to today’s on-the-move professionals.”

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