NetSuite for Hospitality helps to maximise efficiency by streamlining processes and improving operational accuracy. NetSuite’s suite of integrated applications offers a unified platform that easily integrates existing systems, thereby reducing data redundancies, manual errors and time spent on administrative tasks. It also provides real-time visibility into business performance across all venues, enabling hospitality groups to make more informed decisions.
What is NetSuite?
NetSuite is a cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform that helps businesses manage their operations and financial data. It offers a range of capabilities, including financial management, accounting, inventory management, supply chain management, customer relationship management (CRM), and e-commerce. NetSuite is designed to be flexible and scalable, allowing businesses to easily adapt to changing needs and grow as their business grows. It is used by organisations in a variety of industries, including hospitality, wholesale distribution, retail, manufacturing, and financial services.
Why is it beneficial for hospitality groups?
NetSuite’s features make it an ideal solution for hospitality groups who need to manage multiple venues with complex operational and financial tasks. It helps automate and streamline processes while providing real-time visibility into the performance of each location. This allows hospitality groups to understand their business performance better and gain insights that can help them improve operations and profitability.
In addition, NetSuite offers integrated financial management and CRM solutions that help hospitality groups better manage their customers’ data and improve customer experience.
Overall, NetSuite provides a comprehensive solution for hospitality groups to improve operational efficiencies, gain insight into business performance, and better serve their customers.
”NetSuite’s suite of integrated applications offers a unified platform that easily integrates existing systems, thereby reducing data redundancies, manual errors and time spent on administrative tasks.Tiernan O'ConnorSales Director - DWR