NetSuite is delivered as an on-demand service, so there is no hardware to procure, no large, up-front license fee, and no complex set-ups. Because NetSuite is delivered as an online service, all key business information and functions are available anytime, anyplace. This solves the many problems stemming from a client/server architecture, in which a company's employees must be physically present in the office in order to log in and have up-to-date information on prospects, customers, employees and partners. With NetSuite, the physical location of the user is irrelevant so all data is always up-to-date and available from anywhere.
A typical business uses multiple software products, which greatly increases the cost and reduces efficiencies along the entire operation of the company. With NetSuite, all these business functions are handled in one, completely integrated product. That means no more re-keying of data, no more delays from the consolidation of information, and no more buying "integration" software — software whose sole purpose is to get other software to talk to each other! In NetSuite the complete, end-to-end business cycle flows automically — from a lead to a prospect to a sale to a shipping ticket an invoice to a customer support case to a marketing campaign. It's all one, integrated, simple process. NetSuite's patent-pending real time dashboard technology provides an easy-to-use view into role-specific business information that is always up-to-date.
NetSuite is Web-based, there is no hardware to procure. Because NetSuite delivers software as a service, there is no large, up-front license fee. And because NetSuite replaces the need for multiple software products to run the various functions of a company's front-office and back-office, there is a cost-savings of hundreds of thousands of dollars for growing and mid-size enterprises who standardize their businesses on NetSuite.
NetSuite products include: Net suite, the one system for growing and mid-sized companies to run their entire business; NetSuite OneWorld, which allows companies to manage their multinational and multi-subsidiary business operations in real-time around the world.