NetSuite, Inc., the industry's leading provider of cloud-based financials / ERP and omnichannel commerce software suites, today announced NetSuite has accelerated channel growth in Asia as new partners seek to thrive in a cloud model. The fast growing list of channel partners in the region today added new partners including CuriousRubik, 3PL Total Technology, and Doji Media. Partnering with NetSuite will allow each solution provider to bring the world's #1 cloud ERP to clients of all sizes and help them gain the superior business visibility, efficiency, scalability and agility possible with NetSuite. The new NetSuite partners will bring the power of the NetSuite cloud to customers in key Asian markets, including Singapore and Hong Kong, who want greater flexibility and superior performance, as well as a solution tailored to local business needs.
Launched in 2002, the NetSuite Solution Provider Program is the industry's leading cloud channel partner program, providing hundreds of channel partners with a cloud solution to offer prospective customers and grow their businesses as well as industry-leading margins and incentive programs. With cloud computing at the forefront of the hottest trends and cloud ERP leading the way, channel partners representing on-premise products are continuing to build new practices based on NetSuite's superior cloud business management suite. Designed to help solution providers transform their business model to fully capitalize on the revenue growth opportunity of the NetSuite cloud, the NetSuite Solution Provider Program delivers unprecedented benefits that begin during recruitment and range from business planning, sales, marketing and professional services enablement, to training and education.
All three partners have seen repeated inquiries regarding cloud ERP from customers and prospects and turned to NetSuite to meet this growing demand.
CuriousRubik Selects NetSuite as their partner
CuriousRubik (curiousrubik.com), a multidisciplinary team of logical and business problem solvers based in New York with offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Sydney, Shanghai, Bangkok, Tokyo and San Francisco, who has expanded the partnership with NetSuite to include Singapore, focuses exclusively on NetSuite solutions and was founded to help its clients move to the cloud, either by migrating away from legacy on premise platforms or new businesses. Customers in the wholesale/distribution, retail, and professional services verticals in particular turn to CuriousRubik for global experience and consulting expertise. Many clients in the wholesale/distribution space currently run their business on basic systems and stand-alone spreadsheets which require multiple dedicated administrators. When CuriousRubik presents the seamless integration of NetSuite and their solutions, it is a welcome improvement. CuriousRubik also builds complete Payroll and HR solutions tailored for the Singapore market. In addition to this, they have built Rostering, Appointments and Umbrella Event Apps on the native NetSuite platform targeting specific industries. “Our partnership with NetSuite has been very productive and promising and our extensive NetSuite implementation experience helped us to build innovative solutions for different industries, said Reddy Pol, director/strategist of CuriousRubik. We focus exclusively on NetSuite and aim to become a regional powerhouse and target to build a 50+ strong team only on NetSuite. We believe there is always space for quality and committed partners and we want to be one of them. “Customers are asking for complete solutions to run their businesses, based in the cloud, and NetSuite provides the perfect solution.”
3PL Total Technology Brings Cloud ERP to Fast-Growing Logistics Providers
3PL-Total Technology (logi-cloud.com), founded in 2009, became a NetSuite partner in December 2015. 3PL-Total Technology focuses on cloud warehouse management (WMS) solutions for distributors and third-party logistics providers in Hong Kong and other pan-Asian markets. As more wholesale/distribution companies and 3PL providers learn about the power of the cloud, demand for cloud-based solutions in this industry is raising significantly. NetSuite's cloud-based ERP is especially the ideal complement for 3PL providers who must manage relationships with multiple customers in real-time, many of which have different operational flows on the warehouse floor and different billing arrangements in the back office.
Although 3PL-Total Technology has performed implementations of other cloud solutions, NetSuite is the first cloud ERP provider the company has formed a full partnership with. The fact that NetSuite is already localized for language and business process requirements in Hong Kong and several Asian companies is also extremely important to 3PL-Total Technology and its clients. “NetSuite is a perfect match for our enterprise customers, who need powerful warehouse management for their operations, and NetSuite's comprehensive cloud ERP to handle all of the financial details and data,” said Arthur Chan, solution manager at 3PL-Total Technology. “And many companies in the logistics space start out small but grow very quickly, so NetSuite's flexibility and scalability are ideal for these companies.”
Doji Media Brings NetSuite Cloud ERP to Singapore's SMBs
Doji Media (dojimedia.com) was founded in January 2015, with the goal of bringing better ERP and customer relationship management solutions to nearly 200,000 SMEs (Small Medium Enterprises) in Singapore . Doji Media delivers end-to-end business solutions designed to help small and medium sized businesses efficiently reach customers locally and those who are expanding their businesses globally. Shortly after starting operations, the company recognized the need to go to market with a sophisticated, mature cloud-based solution for financials and CRM, and embraced the NetSuite philosophy. Doji Media works with SME clients to secure government grants and financial support to make adoption of refined solutions like NetSuite easier for smaller businesses. “NetSuite's CRM capabilities are ideal for companies in Singapore which have not previously understood the power of CRM to help them get more value out of an existing customer base,” said Jordan Wang, Doji Media managing director. “And NetSuite's multi-lingual, multi-currency capabilities are extremely important in Singapore and Asia, making it possible for SMBs to make a big impact in a competitive market.”
Today, more than 30,000 companies and subsidiaries depend on NetSuite to run complex, mission-critical business processes globally in the cloud. Since its inception in 1998, NetSuite (netsuite.com) has established itself as the leading provider of cloud-based financials/enterprise resource planning (ERP) and omnichannel commerce software applications for businesses of all sizes. Many FORTUNE 100 companies rely on NetSuite to accelerate innovation and business transformation. NetSuite continues its success in delivering the best cloud business management software to businesses around the world, enabling them to lower IT costs significantly while increasing productivity, as the global adoption of the cloud accelerates.
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