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NetSuite Named in Top CRM Systems in Southeast Asia
Top CRM in Asia With a regional headquarters is in Singapore, the majority of the company's customer support services in Makati City, Manila, in the Philippines and the delivery of NetSuite OneWorld PH, a localized financial and ERP suite for the Philippine market, NetSuite has been steadily acquiring customers throughout the Asia Pacific region—and has been named a top CRM in Southeast Asia.
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NetSuite CRM Review
NetSuite Review While known for its cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software, NetSuite also offers an integrated CRM system. However, whether the NetSuite CRM software is a core competency or more of an after-thought is a matter of opinion. Here's our deep dive NetSuite review which ranks this product against other CRM systems, and backs up our opinion with plenty of comparisons.
  NetSuite Achieves Top PSA Software Ranking - Again
SPI Research According to the SPI Research 2011 Professional Services Maturity Benchmark Report, NetSuite leads the Professional Services Automation market as companies using NetSuite's OpenAir professional services automation (PSA) and services resource planning (SRP) software are among the highest performing when evaluated side-by-side against peer organizations. Go To ... Go To
  NetSuite Powers More Than One-Third of JMP Securities' Hot 100 Private Software Companies
JMP Securities In an impressive showing of how some of the best start-up and emerging growth companies are leveraging the cloud, the JMP Securities' Hot 100 Best Privately Held Software Companies list shows that more than one-third of the companies in that list use NetSuite's SaaS business application. Some of these hot software companies included Host Analytics, Eloqua, Splunk and AlertLogic. Go To ... Go To
  NetSuite Boasts Over 500 Mass Defectors from Sage
article On-demand provider NetSuite says that Sage CRM and ERP customers are turning to NetSuite in order to gain cloud computing advantages such as efficiency, productivity and ease of use. The company announced that more than 500 companies have switched from Sage's accounting, CRM, and ERP product lines ranging from Sage Line 50 and Line 500 to Sage MAS 90 and MAS 500. Go To ... Go To
  NetSuite's Zach Nelson Challenges Microsoft's 'Fake' Cloud
article Nelson says Microsoft is building a "fake Cloud" to cling to mid-market users. "I think we are reaching a tipping point where mid-market companies are throwing out the stone age solutions from Microsoft and other providers of pre-internet era software providers. Historically the prospects that I encounter are replacing QuickBooks; this year, almost everyone I met was replacing Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains."
  Nucleus Research Finds NetSuite's Customer Base Resilient
Nucleus Nucleus has found NetSuite customers are both satisfied and loyal, as NetSuite enables them to rapidly deploy ERP functionality that is integrated with other components without the cost and timeline of traditional on-premise systems. Nucleus also found that applications once thought to be too proprietary or mission critical for saas, such as ERP, are increasingly being delivered as a service. Go To... Go To

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  • CRM Market Index company NetSuite also named to top 5 companies in the systems software industry with the highest Beta. Higher-beta stocks imply increased volatility and therefore suggest a combination of increased risk with the potential for higher returns. NetSuite (NYSE:N) ranks second with a beta of 1.4, only behind Phoenix Technologies (NASDAQ:PTEC) who ranks first with a beta of 1.8. Efuture Information Technology (NASDAQ:EFUT) ranks third with a beta of 1.3. VMware (NYSE:VMW) and VASCO Data Security International both provide a beta of 1.2. End

  • ThinkEquity equities research analysts initiated coverage on NetSuite (NYSE: N) with a price target of $20.00 and a "hold" rating in a research note to investors. End

  • Morgan Stanley analysts suggested increased confidence that recent business improvements at NetSuite (NYSE:N) are sustainable following September meeting with the CEO and CFO, and that second half financial results could yield billings returns in excess of 20% in the medium term. Analysts Adam Holt and Jennifer Swanson said, "As we near CY11, further traction in NetSuite's partner network, an acceleration of the migration into larger customers and growth in its vertical applications markets (including Professional Services and Manufacturing) could all be sources of upside. We continue to believe NetSuite is an underappreciated beneficiary of a) better execution, b) an expanded product portfolio and c) a SaaS driven application recovery." Morgan Stanley maintained its equal-weight rating on the stock. End

  • Investment manager Jim Van Meerten writes in his September 2010 forum that there are 21 Wall Street brokerages with published recommendations to their clients and 20 of them rate NetSuite as hold or better based on forecasts of double digit increases in sales and earnings. Sales are estimated to grow 13.90% this year and 16.60% next year. If their projections on earnings can be realized they look for an increase in EPS of 140% this year, 83% next year and 27% annually for the next 5 years. End



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NetSuite is a global provider of fully-integrated, enterprise-wide software as a service (SaaS) business applications, including customer relationship management (CRM), enterprise resource planning (ERP) and E-commerce.




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