NetSuite Development Services

Netsuite provides high quality, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) infrastructure for all your business’s needs. With experience across industries including professional services, wholesale and distribution, manufacturing, and more, Dev.co’s Netsuite development services can boost your business’s efficiency and maximize value across all aspects of your operation.



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What Is Netsuite?


Netsuite is today’s top Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software, designed for maximum flexibility across a wide range of functions, from eCommerce to business intelligence - and this flexibility is its primary appeal. Because it’s built for the cloud, Netsuite is easy to scale up as your business grows, and the system comes outfitted with development tools and resources for building industry-specific applications

 
 

Netsuite Development Services


How can Dev.co support your business’s Netsuite development needs? We focus on building out quality services from across your business’s lifecycle, including the following:

 

Financial Management And Planning

Across the board, Netsuite’s ERP is designed to provide operational visibility so that your business can take advantage of new opportunities as they come your way. In order for that to be possible, you need a clear sense of your financial picture, including modeling capabilities, budgeting, analysis, and reporting.

Order Management

What happens when your business receives an order? Depending on the products you offer, maybe it’s a simple process - a customer orders a list of products and you pack them up and shift them out. Or maybe you offer made-to-order products requiring a longer process, from quote to confirmation, fulfillment and invoicing. Whatever your system demands, Netsuite’s system can prevent order bottlenecks, helping you complete orders quickly.

Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management is critical to business success, yet these systems become more complex all the time. Keep track of where your products come from, where they’re needed, and ensure just in time delivery and minimized stress on your warehouse system.

Warehousing And Fulfillment

Speaking of warehouses, Netsuite’s ERP excels at warehouse management and fulfillment, allowing your business to optimize space usage and minimize costs. Data-driven warehousing also enables faster order fulfillment; as with other parts of the Netsuite ecosystem, its warehousing and fulfillment functions let you see the big picture so that your business operates efficiently and generates the greatest profits.

 

How We Develop For Netsuite

 

At Dev.co, we know just how powerful Netsuite can be - and we also know that it works best in conjunction with other systems. That’s why, when we develop for Netsuite, we emphasize multi-platform integrations, pairing Netsuite with such applications as Avalara, Jitterbit, Magneto, and Salesforce, among many others. Taken together, these platforms allow your business to see the big picture.

In addition to Netsuite’s many integrations, at Dev.co we use Netsuite’s SuiteCloud developer tools to build your company’s web services, create a range of analytics frameworks paired with high-value KPIs, and supply real-time data and easy to use reporting tools. Simply put, we make sure everything you need is at your fingertips.

Netsuite is a powerful ERP, designed to take your business to the next level, but you can’t expect to take that leap all on your own. That’s why you need Dev.co’s Netsuite Development Services. We bring extensive experience and intimate knowledge of Netsuite’s capabilities to every project - because the right tools open up a world of opportunities. Where will Netsuite take your business?

Our Development Process

  • 2015Understanding

    Background details
    Vision & values
    Target personas
    Stakeholder insights
  • 2016Research & Discovery

    Customer research
    Competitive analysis
    Expert audits & insights
    Current market positioning
  • 2017Strategy

    Story & personality
    Market opportunities
    Positioning & messaging
    Creative brief development
  • 2018Creative

    Naming
    Logo development
    Graphics standards
    Verify function
    Messaging framework
  • 2019Deliver & integrate

    Brand book & styleguide
    Print integration
    Online & mobile
    Further brand extension
Interesting Facts About NetSuite

Evan Goldberg founded NetSuite in 1998, under the name NetLedger. Originally, NetSuite was a cloud-based accounting management program.

Both Evan Goldberg and Zach Nelson, who joined NetSuite as CEO in July 2002, previously worked for Larry Ellison, the co-founder and CTO of Oracle. Ellison was one of the company’s original investors, offering $125 million in startup capital in 1998.

NetSuite made history as the first cloud computing company. It predates Salesforce by about one month.

NetSuite is the largest cloud Enterprise Resource Planning system, serving over 40,000 customers around the world.

NetSuite is headquartered in San Mateo, California.

Though NetSuite has primarily developed its own services, the company has also acquired nine other software companies since 2008, allowing it to offer a comprehensive software suite. NetSuite’s acquiitions include LightCMS, Monexa, TribeHR, and Retail Anywhere.

NetSuite offers five primary product categories: Enterprise Resource Planning, Customer Relationship Management, E-commerce, Professional Services Automation, and Enterprise Performance Management.

NetSuite was acquired by Oracle in July 2016. Despite this, NetSuite operates independently as a Global Business Unit and is still led by its original management team.

As part of their commitment to supporting non-profit services, NetSuite donates their non-profit solution with no-cost activation to qualifying organizations.

Netsuite’s solutions serve a wide range of businesses and non-profits. Some of their clients include the famed comedy club The Second City, the food and agriculture cooperative Land O’Lakes, microloan non-profit Kiva, and the cosmetics company, e.l.f.