By Denis Pombriant on July 28, 2016
You had to believe this day was inevitable. Oracle announced it was buying NetSuite a cloud ERP provider with over 30,000 customers worldwide for about $9.3 billion. Oracle founder, Larry Ellison also had a large part in founding NetSuite including being one of its top investors. I have always looked at it as Larry’s experiment […]
By R "Ray" Wang on May 9, 2015
SuiteWorld Comes Of Disruptive Age Over 7,500 attendees convened at the San Jose McEnery Convention center for the 5th annual NetSuite SuiteWorld. The four day event brought together customers, partners, and influencers among the ecosystem. As one of the original cloud pioneers, the appropriate event theme focused on the impact of disruption. Taking its […]
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By Brian Sommer on May 21, 2012
Part 3 – NetSuite made a significant number of product announcements at its recent SuiteWorld event. It’s the volume and speed of their R&D group that other vendors should note.
By Vinnie Mirchandani on January 25, 2012
Zach Nelson is a really interesting tech executive. He has a wide rolodex (over 20 pages in my last book, The New Polymath came from interviews with Zach and several others he introduced me to), diverse interests (numerous relationships with the Oakland Athletics baseball team, part owner of the Omaha Nighthawks football team, golfer), and […]
By Michael Krigsman on April 21, 2010
Zach Nelson and I discuss ERP, cloud computing, and other exciting enterprise topics. See the video and read the analysis.