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NetSuite on the hunt for new channel partners in NZ

13 Aug 14

Over the past few years cloud computing in New Zealand has grown enormously, as businesses of all sizes have move beyond initial adoption to using cloud solutions to transform their organisations.

As businesses continue to embrace the cloud, now is the time to strengthen leadership in cloud practices.

How? Through NetSuite’s award-winning channel program, designed to accelerate business and deliver cloud solutions with confidence.

Designed to fully capitalise on this growing market opportunity, the NetSuite Solution Provider Program provides access to a full suite of cloud-based business management software solutions and a world-class development platform.

These solutions enable New Zealand businesses to run their core business processes in the cloud, such as ERP, CRM, e-commerce, professional services automation (PSA) and more.

"Fusion5 is proud to be the largest NetSuite Solution Partner across New Zealand,” says Rebecca Tohill, managing director, Fusion5.

“NetSuite has a unique offering compared to traditional on-premise ERP providers, as it has been developed as a pure cloud-based solution—all the features and benefits are optimised to operate in a real-time, web-based environment.

It means we can offer our customers a comprehensive core platform for business management, without the huge costs and manpower required to install, operate and maintain hardware and software systems."

Launched in 2002, the NetSuite Solution Provider Program is the industry's first cloud channel partner program and has been created to help partners:

• Align with the market leader to leverage their business applications expertise and ensure that their customers benefit from the low cost and high ROI of the NetSuite cloud.

• Earn true recurring revenue with industry leading incentives and margins of 30-50 percent, while partnering with the only cloud computing provider that delivers true end-to-end partnering—not just referral relationships.

• Improve customer satisfaction and enhance their brand reputation by directing clients to a solution that’s built for modern companies and today’s businesses and can save them hundreds of thousands of dollars in up-front costs and annual maintenance and costs associated with upgrades, all while streamlining their business.

• Leverage proven sales and marketing resources to reach new prospects, communicate the value proposition of the cloud and close the deal.

NetSuite is always looking for partners that share its vision, invest in both dedicated sales and delivery resources and want to make industry-leading margins.

If you are interested in becoming a NetSuite partner complete your details below:

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