NetSuite Cloud ERP | InspireUsProduct Overview
- About NetSuite Cloud ERP | InspireUs
- Pros of NetSuite Cloud ERP | InspireUs
- Cons of NetSuite Cloud ERP | InspireUs
- Breakdown of core features
NetSuite Cloud ERP | InspireUs product overview
InspireUs Solutions is a NetSuite Solution Partner that resells and implements the NetSuite software and brings clarity and context to ERP administration. By focusing the sale and implementation on business outcomes that matter to customers, InspireUs Solutions aims to improve user adoption and accelerate customer’s ROI.
NetSuite is an integrated ERP system that delivers the necessary capabilities for small to mid-sized companies to run their entire business in the cloud. These capabilities include Financials, Reporting, Procurement, Inventory, Warehousing, Logistics, Sales Orders, CRM, Project Management, and HR. The software comes with industry-tailored, out-of-the-box solutions to accelerate a company’s time to value.
Together with the software’s accelerated implementation approach called SuiteSuccess, NetSuite can deliver a fully integrated ERP system in 100 days or less with minimal change orders required to address industry requirements. NetSuite also has a simple integration approach and can be tailored for companies that have more complex requirements.
InspireUs Solutions helps businesses navigate the ERP journey and provides proven pathways to guide organizations where to start and when to expand to ensure long-term adoption. This NetSuite Solution Partner has a team that produces positive results and outcomes that strike the right balance between ROI/value creation and risk mitigation.
Pros of NetSuite Cloud ERP | InspireUs
- InspireUs professionals have solid experience in ERP implementation and held prior leadership positions in Sales, Pre-Sales, and Delivery across multiple ERP and related vendors. These specialists bring context by creating a journey for teams on their positive impact on cash generation. InspireUs Solutions will translate traditional ERP value metrics and risk factors into the Cash Conversion Cycle (CCC).
- NetSuite provides a broad set of capabilities delivered to small to mid-sized companies across several industries. Since NetSuite is owned by Oracle, companies can trust that the solution is stable and safe. The software also has a reliable Professional Services Automation solution for project-based business such as consulting, professional services, IT VAR’s, and software development departments.
Cons of NetSuite Cloud ERP | InspireUs
- NetSuite is more expensive than competitors in all categories. Its integration and customization technology can be difficult to learn and use without proper training. Additionally, its SuiteSuccess prescriptive implementation approach might not be suitable for companies with unique requirements.
Breakdown of core features
InspireUs Solutions can help implement NetSuite Cloud ERP features for managing, customizing, and connecting various aspects of business processes.
NetSuite’s financials feature expedites daily financial transactions, accelerates the financial close, and ensures compliance. Its cloud-based single platform architecture facilitates complete real-time visibility into the financial performance of the business from a consolidated level down to the individual transactions. NetSuite financial management seamlessly integrates with all NetSuite order management, inventory, CRM, and e-commerce functions to streamline critical business processes.
NetSuite’s procurement solution helps companies buy goods and services at the best cost and on time. It saves time with user-friendly capabilities, reduces costs by channeling purchases to approved suppliers and pre-negotiated contracts, and improves visibility by rendering real-time information into company spend and vendor performance.
Customer relationship management (CRM)
NetSuite’s CRM delivers a real-time, 360-degree view of customers. It provides a seamless flow of information across the entire customer lifecycle — from lead through opportunity, sales order, fulfillment, renewal, upsell, cross-sell, and support.
(Last updated on 02/02/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)