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NetSuite Says QuickBook Customers are Switching to the Netsuite Cloud

January 31, 2013

A provider of cloud-based financials / ERP software suites, NetSuite (News - Alert) is delighted to announce that its QuickBook costumers are shifting to Netsuite cloud ERP in order to generate greater functionality, efficiency and capacity for business growth.

Developed exclusively for high-growth and mid-sized businesses and divisions of large enterprises, NetSuite offers process automation, streamlined back office processes, and business processes.

The companies, which are using Netsuite cloud ERP, don’t have to manually re-key data between QuickBooks and separate application silos for CRM, inventory and order management, eCommerce, and other core business processes. This new cloud solution enables users to get real-time visibility into critical business metrics as it was not possible with QuickBooks. Additionally, Netsuite cloud ERP removes the ceiling imposed by QuickBooks business accounting software and drives business growth.

"With NetSuite, now we control every aspect of our business," said in a statement, J.P. Headley, Corporate Controller at SOLiD. "We completed over 2,000 shipments in 2012—we never could have shipped that much gear without NetSuite.

"QuickBooks can make sense for a small company just starting out, but it can't keep up as the company grows and adds new users, products, customers, markets and revenue streams," said in a statement, Kishore Bhamidipati, Director, NetSuite Product Marketing. "We've seen time and again how QuickBooks defectors in numerous industries have thrived in the cloud after coming to the realization that QuickBooks wasn't the right solution to enable their next stage of growth."

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Edited by Brooke Neuman

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