professional services automation
By Phil Wainewright on July 9, 2010
Every time I go to a NetSuite event, I wonder to myself why other vendors don’t make more of a song-and-dance about the potential for highly impactful business transformation that SaaS enables. Maybe it’s the particular sector of the market that NetSuite targets, where the early adopters are companies that want to find some way […]
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By Brian Sommer on September 25, 2009
I caught up this week with Morris Panner, CEO of OpenAir (now part of NetSuite). One aspect of our wide-ranging conversation concerned the continuing evolution of businesses, the economy, etc. towards a greater services orientation. Drawing on that, we discussed how services firms need their own version of ERP.
Here are just some of the [...]
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By Brian Sommer on September 15, 2009
NetSuite, CA, iTrade Network, Meridian Project Systems, UC4, Project Open,….
NetSuite has some new financial consolidation/planning functionality in their SaaS solution. It permits global firms to handle currency conversion. Adaptive Planning’s software is at the core of this solution. This technology does not currently use an in-core memory resident database. The more of this sort of [...]
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By Tom Foydel on September 1, 2009
I have, in our previous iteration of Sightlog, railed against FUD, fear uncertainty doubt, a way too common tactic in technology sales, especially software sales. What’s the point, finally? And what does it say about our industry that FUD is so prominent in our sales and marketing? Just state the facts, without a lot of [...]