When moving to a new financial system, planning a seamless cutover becomes a key component for success. You can invest in a modern, state-of the art technology but without your pertinent and accurate data, the technology may not provide much value. So how do you plan for this very crucial activity effectively?
Now that we have had nearly two weeks to recover from the chaos of the yearly Black Friday frenzy, it’s time to reflect on the real world impact for small to medium businesses. What this blog will outline is the direct results of Black Friday 2018, and how you can begin to better place your business for greater success come 2019.
With 2018 coming to a close, here are the 3 technology trends that I believe will carry over from 2018 and lead the way in 2019.
NetSuite offers Case Management, as one of its many Customer Service tools. This means it gives you the power to manage your customers questions, queries and complaints efficiently and effectively, allowing for higher customer satisfaction, and evidence that you’re a trusted supplier.
NetSuite is a feature-rich ERP system that allows the user to customise the system based on their business functions and requirements. Part of this customisation is to allow features to be enabled to tailor how you want to use NetSuite. The Enable features section is split into a number of different segments based on the use and purpose of the feature. Within this blog we will explain the options and some key considerations.
The audit process for a growing business can feel particularly onerous. A developing finance team works hard to build controls and processes that don’t hold the business back but are still able to monitor and steer its progress forward. And compliance-focused audits can feel, from both time and cost perspectives, poor value.
Let’s talk about what audit is for a growing business, and how to improve its value.
NetSuite account reconciliation has recently received an upgrade that will speed up and make your month end reconciliation more efficient and easier to use. The purpose of reconciling your bank accounts each month is to make sure your ERP system is correct and up to date with your bank account. There are a number of key things to consider when using the account reconciliation feature in NetSuite.
Many of the obstacles you encounter in your day-to-day growth management are experienced by far more businesses than you probably realise. Where we can't comment on or list every obstacle to business growth, we can shed some light on the 4 barriers that are most likely to be holding you back.
Classifications are powerful tools that can be used to identify and categorise records in your NetSuite Account. There are 3 different types of classification that come as standard with NetSuite, each helping you to segment reporting and allocate costs as needed.
Looking to write an ERP horror story this halloween? Simple. Add these 5 chapters to your ERP Implementation journey and you’ll be well on your way to writing an ERP horror story of your own!
NetSuite’s CRM (Customer Relationship Management) delivers a real-time, holistic view of your customers across the entire customer lifecycle. Its capabilities include SFA (Sales Force Automation), marketing automation, customer support and communication management all in a single cloud platform.
Does SaaS save money? Traditional vendors of IT products and services argue that systems deployed on-premises are more cost-effective over the long run than their cloud-based counterparts. Cloud providers, on the other hand, argue that the upfront savings are significant and that the real benefits of SaaS are not in direct cost savings but in the strategic advantages that the cloud brings to the organization. For organizations to make intelligent decisions regarding the cloud, it is important to understand the relative costs of SaaS vs. on-premises systems. Download the report from Computer Economics to uncover the truth about the strategic benefits of cloud computing.
Discover the types of inefficiencies caused by running disparate business solutions and systems for different departments and how a software platform that unifies critical business processes helps companies grow more rapidly and profitably.
Deliveroo is a UK based food delivery platform that connects restaurants to households and offices. The business has created a market by providing delivery logistics between consumers and high-end restaurant food. Watch the Deliveroo team share their story and discuss the advantages of using NetSuite as they quickly scale operations around the world.
Tony Drockton founded Hammitt in 2008 with a passion for entrepreneurialism, the craftsmanship of his bags, loyal customers and community. He also founded it with an understanding that he needed a cloud-based ERP software to help support Hammitt’s growth. Find out why he chose NetSuite and how this decision greatly impacted the company’s success and the happiness of Hammitt employees—especially CTO, Dan Goldman (and we dare you not to tear up).