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Control, Monitor, Adapt and Comply

Effectively manage risk with out-of-the-box and custom processes and controls

NetSuite’s audit-ready solutions support and empower your company’s Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) programs, with built-in capabilities and processes designed to handle increasingly complex regulatory, operational and compliance challenges, with easy and powerful customization, automation and reporting capabilities for your specifics needs.

NetSuite provides a superior compliance foundation, with an array of supporting reports and certificates like SOC 1, SOC 2, ISO 27K, PCI/PA-DSS and more to meet your organization’s risk and control expectations, and ensure the accuracy of your financial statements. Further, NetSuite’s partners extend and deepen our native functionality, so you can confidently anticipate and address changes in security, segregation of duties, and configuration, while automating your control processes.

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Go Public, Stay Public

NetSuite is the one ERP solution that can scale with you from startup, through IPO, and beyond. NetSuite helps you avoid the hassle and distruption of changing systems. You can start small, grow into a public company with a world class ERP solution, and still be it using in 20 years. NetSuite is the clear choice for mid-market public, public-bound, or compliance and controls-focused companies.

NetSuite is Audit Ready

NetSuite’s role-based security, user access management, and authentication model is easily understood, managed, and audited. Robust, always-on, audit trails for configuration, customization, administrative, and master data changes, allow management and auditors to quickly and easily investigate all activity potentially impacting security, controls, or financial statements.

Automate Control Processes

Out-of-the-box, NetSuite includes a host of IT automated controls, extendable with powerful search and reporting capabilities. Easily automate and extend the Suite with custom preventative and detective controls, using workflows, SuiteScripts, saved search alerts, and custom fields. Automating these processes, can streamline or remove labor intensive and error-prone, back-end review processes.

Gain Competitive Advantage

NetSuite transforms your governance, risk, and compliance management to realize cost savings and improve business. By shifting away from a costly and inefficient reactive compliance approach NetSuite establishes an embedded and sustainable risk management and compliance process that anticipates and proactively manages risk on an ongoing basis.

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  • 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