Tags: Netsuite

Quicken sprints to NetSuite

NetSuite has announced in a blog by Kimberly Odom, Director of WW Customer Marketing, Oracle NetSuite that Quicken has selected and implemented NetSuite Oneworld. Challenge of demerger On 31st March 31st Quicken officially became independent of Intuit. It sold the business unit to HIG private equity. Since then the company has had to separate its infrastructure…

Equinix delivers private access to Salesforce

Equinix has announced it is delivering direct and private access to Salesforce via the Equinix Cloud Exchange. This is available to all US and European customers with no details of when they will support other regions. Private and dedicated connections improve speed and reliability. They also reduce compliance concerns for customers in regulated industries. According…

Is your CFO preparing for a Service economy?

FinancialForce has published the results of a survey it completed with CFO Research. It shows that service driven business models are becoming increasingly important. This is a small survey with only 163 CFO, or senior finance leaders but it is still significant. 71% of respondents say that more than half of their revenues come from services. The sample…

Byggmax keeps the faith with IFS

IFS has announced that Byggmax has upgraded its IFS solution to IFS Applications 9. Byggmax first deployed IFS in 2006, its turnover has risen substantially. This new deployment is expected to help Byggmax double its revenue over the following two years. In fact its growth from 2006 SEK 1.35 million to 2008 SEK 2.11 million didn’t…

Oracle banishes Blackburn dark cloud

Oracle have settled the Svetlana Blackburn case out of court. A filing was registered at the District Court of Northern California on 9th February. The Register published the notice of settlement here. The filing states that the case has been settled in principle. The origins of this court case go back to June last year. Svetlana…

Channel wars Americas begins

2017 is a year when we can expect to see a number of cloud ERP vendors fight vigorously for a diminishing number of available channel partners. Epicor is one of the first to announce improvements to its channel program in the Americas. This announcement sees Epicor attempt to increase its attractiveness to potential partners. “Channel expansion…

Oracle powers up Oracle NetSuite

Oracle is making good on its promise to invest in NetSuite. We caught up with David Turner, UK Marketing Director for Oracle NetSuite at the Oracle Modern Business experience to discuss the details. Turner also posted a blog to reveal additional background in some of the investments. Zach Nelson steps back Turner confirmed that Jim…

Is Oracle evolving?

Oracle is a company that CIO’s often have strong opinions about. Their sales representatives in the past were often seen as arrogant and their prices beyond reach. The impression was that if you weren’t spending seven figures or more then you were beneath their notice. People using their services said they were professional and got the job done…

Fashion retailer invests in IFS

IFS has announced that fashion retailer Gina Tricot has upgraded their IFS solution to IFS Applications 9 and added several new modules. Gina Tricot has used IFA Applications for years especially the decision support software the longest. This new project sees the implementation of assortment planning, allocation and replenishment (ASR) to the solution. Benefits of upgrading Gina Tricot…

Oracle moves into Ardene, Sage moving out?

Oracle has announced it has completed the first phase of a project at Ardene, the North American fashion retailer. The project involved the implementation of Oracle Retail Merchandising Operations Management. The deployment will help merchants and planners with promotions planning, merchandising and inventory management across its US and Canadian stores. Sage deployed previously Ardene finished deploying…