Last night, NetSuite made a number of announcements at their SuiteCloud 2010 event here in San Francisco. Specifically, these announcements covered a number of deals they’ve recently inked with major SI, accounting and outsourcing firms.
Genpact, the General Electric spinoff, has made a big splash over the years bringing back office BPO (business process outsourcing) to the world. Genpact has large numbers of process black belts on staff that help design more efficient and effective ways of delivering back office processes and software. Last night, it was announced that Genpact will create a new BPO practice solution around NetSuite cloud applications. This business will cater to mid-market and larger firms.
Wipro, one of the world’s largest outsourcers, announced that they were building a NetSuite practice focused on NetSuite technologies.
Hein & Associates LLP, a top 50 accounting and tax firm, announced that they were building out service offerings around NetSuite applications.
(Fujitsu Japan previously had a relationship with NetSuite.)