Access timely & relevant information with NetSuite Business Management software.
With the global economy pressuring the market to build virtual and instant locations, executives need accurate, real-time, standardized information that is accessible to all levels of management and key employees. eEnterprise integrates NetSuite business management software for businesses of all sizes, particularly multi-location, global and/or franchise organizations.
“It doesn’t matter if you develop software, build cars, or design video games,” noted Michael Emaus, President and CEO of eEnterprise, a global integrator of NetSuite, the world’s leading on-demand business management software. “You can’t afford to move slowly these days.”
Real-time actionable metrics are critical, especially for companies supporting multiple locations or franchises. “In today’s global economy, executives can’t afford to wait for reports that simply provide historical data. On-demand software delivers timely and relevant information to anyone, anywhere, anytime and often in any language across the enterprise,” said Emaus. “This is a crucial competitive edge to a new location manager or franchisee who doesn’t need a prolonged ramp-up to integrate into the system — all they need is a username and password.”
NetSuite sets out to solve two basic problems: integration and access to information. By integrating its four major components — sales (CRM), back office (ERP), support, and eCommerce — NetSuite makes them accessible in one system via the Internet, offering a business owner no limits on growth, management, and reach. “The measurable impact is that employees at every level have access to the information they need to improve performance, while senior management has the 360-degree view that alerts them to problems, enables them to properly allocate resources, and alerts them to readily identify areas for growth,” said Emaus.
In addition to an organization’s access to timely and relevant information, Emaus points to the significant savings reaped by companies that turn to NetSuite for use in multiple locations. “Companies no longer have to maintain and host their own disparate applications or worry about data storage and recovery strategies, which dramatically decreases overhead costs. Plus, scalability costs to meet an expanding company‘s needs is negligible when compared to that of implementing new systems using internal departmental resources.”
Emaus continued, “Imagine a location rep online in five minutes or a Hurricane Katrina location up and running the next day. That is a savings that must be considered in a return on investment calculation.”
According to Emaus, traditional support mechanisms fall short for growth organizations. “Today, data is feed-driven. It’s all about ‘push-technology’ and RSS feeds. When employees scan what is important to them outside the business using RSS feeds, the result is relevant content delivered instantly. Well, why would a business owner settle for anything less for their company? They don’t have to and they shouldn’t, actually,” concluded Emaus.