In this document we hope to provide you our perspective on the components and scorecard to use to not only evaluate a true cloud solution, but also analyze for yourself how our various platform offerings help you to meet your organization objectives today, adapt to the industry disruptions of tomorrow and realize savings.
Successfully executing your enterprise cloud ERP strategy means turning to the world’s most proven, trusted and deployed cloud ERP solution—NetSuite. With more than 40,000 organizations and subsidiaries running NetSuite across more than 160 countries, some of the world’s best-known brands trust their businesses to NetSuite and take their financial and operational processes to the cloud.
The SVP of Operations and Strategy at Golden Star Technology, Inc. had to look at what systems and processes they had in place, evaluate a shortlist of solutions or combination of solutions, and settle on a platform that would last them for the next 30 years.
The ERP experts at NetSuite have built this guide to help you and your team make a decision about the solution that works best for you and to help set you up for a successful implementation. The process outlined in this guide is a widely-accepted evaluation process and is a valuable exercise for any major technology implementation project.
As strategic partners to many Private Equity firms, we attempt here to present NetSuite's perspective on how our organization’s expertise and platform can enable operation managers at your organization to standardize business processes and improve compliance, thus increasing enterprise value of your businesses while providing a consistent and real-time visibility to the stakeholders about the state of their investments.
In today’s competitive global marketplace, the ability to adapt to change is critical for all startups, regardless of the industries they occupy. An integrated, cloudbased financial management solution is one of the most valuable things a startup can invest in. Software startups, services startups and product-based startups alike must operationalize the basics early on by implementing systems that are scalable by design and engineered to support rapid growth.