Online business applications provider NetSuite has bolstered its e-commerce operations with a variety of new features designed to target larger, midsized companies and complement a recently sealed partnership with online auction site eBay.With a continued integration push between NetSuite's customer relationship management and enterprise resource planning platforms, the new e-commerce features would build on the company's more than 1,500 e-commerce client sites, which brought in a combined $290 million in revenue last year for customers using NetSuite's e-commerce solution.

"It turns out, when you put all your data in one place, you can deliver a real-time shopping experience on your Web site," said Zach Nelson, chief executive of NetSuite. "Whether you're a small or midsized company, if you have a bunch of manual processes dealing with shipping orders, tracking orders and integrating with FedEx, you're going to deliver a horrible e-commerce experience."

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