How to Utilize NetSuite CRM be Wildly Successful
Companies are made up of many people who perform many different functions. One of the real problems ERP has had over the years is that it is often bought by one group and then forced on the others with the promise of producing consistent information and consistent results. For example, buying the product that was originally built for CRM is ideal for the sales force, clumsy for operations; and a nightmare for finances. Or the product built for finance is great for accounting, clumsy for operations, and a nightmare for sales. The result is usually lengthy deployments, budget overruns, and massive complex customizations, bolt systems that deliver unsatisfactory results and customer lock-in on a product release for years to come. NetSuite CRM was built to run a business – from day one, it was optimized to manage the many different roles each company has. So when the controller of a software company logs in it looks like it was just written for them.
When the warehouse manager logs in, it seems like it was written just for them; when the seller logs in, it looks like it was created just for them. Even when the client logs in, it seems like it was created just for them. Therefore, NetSuite eCommerce users learn the product more quickly; enjoy using the product, allowing for faster deployments, quick ROI, better data quality and more productive and effective businesses. When the seller logs in, it looks like it was created just for them. Even when the client logs in, it seems like it was created just for them.
Therefore, NetSuite users learn the product faster, enjoy using the product, enabling faster implementations, faster ROI, better data quality, and more productive and effective business. When the seller logs in, it looks like it was created just for them. Even when the client logs in, it seems like it was created just for them. Therefore, NetSuite app users learn the product faster, enjoy using the product, enabling faster implementations, faster ROI, better data quality, and more productive and effective business.
SuiteSucces, recently announced by NetSuite, is a manifestation of all of this. SuiteSuccess was designed to solve unique industry challenges that have historically limited a company’s ability to grow, scale, and adapt to change. Most ERP vendors have tried to solve the industry solution problem with templates, rapid implementation methodologies, and custom code (trying to force that circular linkage into the square hole). NetSuite took a holistic approach to the problem, ensuring that every aspect of the solution and delivery is targeted by industry and customer roles within that industry. There are four pillars for the solution.
Engage – leading practices for each industry, including all capabilities, workflows, BI, reports, roles required for each industry. Allow first sales contract customers to understand the product and how you will support it.
NetSuite was created to run a business and handle the complexity and variation faced by real companies. That is why NetSuite is the leading cloud ERP; delivering rapid ROI to its customers with unmatched benchmark within the industries it serves.