NetSuite is a cloud-based SaaS ERP running on Oracle databases, particularly aligned with small to medium enterprises.
It consists of 3 main applications: e-Commerce, Financials and CRM, although these components may be reported slightly differently.
NetSuite also has a One World version accommodating businesses operating across multiple countries and currencies and/or with multiple subsidiaries.
NetSuite was developed from Oracle Small Business (also known as NetLedger), a web-hosted accounting package. As such it is built around its accounting, orders and inventory credentials.
From a more granular perspective, NetSuite has numerous modules which make up each of these components, and customers can choose which modules to implement, with a cost incurred for each additional module beyond the standard NetSuite Enterprise implementation.
You can subscribe to NetSuite for as little as $1000 per month depending on your requirements, however the price will depend on the nature of the solution you require.
All software hosting, upgrades and maintenance costs are included in the subscription.
Currently NetSuite has about 40,000 customers worldwide
No. NetSuite is a totally scalable solution which supports any number of users ranging from one to thousands.
Yes. NetSuite is a hosted (On Demand) subscription based service provided via the Internet.
Your NetSuite contract is for a minimum period of one year and a maximum period of three years.
As a partner DWR can offer you support. NetSuite also offers various support options. In addition, it provides telephone and email support to all its customers. For more details of you various support options.
NetSuite Small Business Starter Edition starts at $99 per month with 1 full user and 10 limited access users. Additional full users are $49 per month.
The cost of NetSuite includes all software upgrades, hosting and maintenance costs.
NetSuite is suitable for organisations of all sizes from small businesses to larger enterprises who deal with multiple subsidiaries and currencies.
Yes you can. Contacts can be imported into Salesforce via the Data Import Wizard and the Data Loader.
Yes you can using the Salesforce web-to-lead form. Other options are also available for particular website platforms such as WordPress.