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NetSuite’s SuiteCloud Platform allows end users to easily personalize their NetSuite experience through simple point-and-click navigation. This allows users to configure their NetSuite experience so that they have all the information they need in order to carry out their tasks more effectively or solve one off problems. NetSuite provides the tools, reports and key performance indicators (KPIs) to unlock your data, allowing you to diagnose issues on the fly and drill down to customer, employee or transactional details to quickly act and drive business performance with informed decisions—all without needing programming or technical skills.


As a Business Analyst, you can customize NetSuite application forms, fields and records—a simple point-and-click experience. SuiteBuilder makes it easy to rapidly represent sophisticated data relationships without any coding and change NetSuite to your company’s own terminology and branding. SuiteBuilder’s powerful field and record management makes it simple to add unlimited custom fields such as text, date, drop-down lists or images and objects to applications. With the ability to customize form fields, sub-tabs and field groupings, it’s efficient to configure the right form for your business needs.


NetSuite offers developers a powerful solution by providing the tools to choose the appropriate amount of rigor for their business development needs. SuiteCloud Developer Tools provide a comprehensive cloud customization environment, whether you’re extending NetSuite to fit your business needs or developing completely new applications. SuiteCloud Developer Tools include workflow management, scripting, analytics, web services and more.


NetSuite brings the power of the SuiteCloud Platform to ISVs worldwide through the SuiteCloud Developer Network (SDN), NetSuite’s dedicated developer program. NetSuite’s always-on enterprise architecture adds to the ISV’s vertical expertise, enabling them to create new business applications quickly and bring them to market through a proven channel.


As a NetSuite Administrator, you ensure a smooth running of the system as well as being a part of larger NetSuite projects. This is a powerful role and should only be given to those who require full NetSuite functionality for their job. A NetSuite Administrator oversees the initial implementation of the NetSuite application and manages the ongoing administration of the NetSuite application.

  • Business requirements: The ERP system should meet your organization’s business needs and align with your operational processes.
  • Scalability: The system should be scalable to meet your organization’s future needs, including growth, expansion, and changing business requirements.
  • Customization: The system should allow for customization to meet specific business needs and integrate with other systems.
  • Integration: The ERP system should integrate with other systems and applications your organization uses, such as CRM, HR, accounting, and inventory management.
  • Ease of use: The system should be user-friendly and easy to use, reducing training costs and ensuring a smooth transition for employees.
  • Cost: Consider the total cost of ownership, including licensing, implementation, training, and ongoing maintenance costs.
  • Security: The ERP system should have robust security features to protect sensitive data and prevent unauthorized access.
    Vendor reputation: Choose a reputable vendor with a proven track record of delivering quality ERP systems and excellent customer support.
  • Support & maintenance: The vendor should offer reliable support and maintenance services to ensure smooth system operation and minimize downtime.
  • Industry-specific features: The ERP system should have industry-specific features that meet your needs, such as compliance with regulatory requirements or specific reporting capabilities.
  • Experience and expertise: Choose a vendor with a proven track record of delivering successful ERP implementations. Look for reviews, case studies, and references to evaluate the vendor’s experience and expertise.
  • Project management methodology: Check their project management approach and see how they manage risks, issues, and change requests.
  • Team composition: Ensure the vendor has the right team composition to deliver successful implementation, with skilled and experienced members having diverse expertise like functional, technical, and project management.
  • Customization capabilities: The vendor should have customization capabilities to meet your specific business needs and integrate with other systems.
  • Cost: Consider the vendor’s pricing structure, including implementation, training, and ongoing maintenance costs.
  • Training and support: Check their training and support processes and see how they will help you and your employees throughout the implementation and beyond.
  • Change management expertise: The vendor should have experience in change management, ensuring your organization can adopt the new system smoothly and efficiently.
  • Communication and collaboration: The vendor should have open and transparent communication channels and foster collaboration between their team and your organization.
  • Data security: The vendor should have robust security features to protect sensitive data and prevent unauthorized access.
  • Scalability: The vendor should have the capabilities to scale the system to meet your organization’s future needs, including growth, expansion, and changing business requirements