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Bynder updates growth on NetSuite

On the eve of SuiteWorld 2017 NetSuite issued its first press release about Bynder, the global marketing software company. Based in the Netherlands it implemented NetSuite in two short months. Late last year at Suite Connect, Bynder were on stage talking about their experiences. Enterprise Times received an update to find out how the installation…

Rootstock lights Big Bang ERP fuse

Rootstock continues to grow its partner ecosystem with the addition of Big Bang ERP. The Canadian based consultancy firm delivers cloud-based ERP, CRM, ITSM and business application based solutions. It has a client base that spans the globe including customers in the US, Australasia and Europe. From its base in Montreal, Canada it already has…

DSI opens up supply chain app store

DSI has announced the opening of its Supply Chain App Store. The store contains hundreds of apps to support the DSI Supply chain platform. There are several categories in the store including the ERP applications that DSI integrates into. These include: Oracle NetSuite, IFS, SAP, Oracle Applications Cloud, Oracle JD Edwards Enterprise One, Oracle E-Business Suite and Microsoft…

Xero crosses million subscriber hurdle

Xero has announced that it has reached one million subscribers. In the last two years it has doubled its subscriber numbers, adding 300,000 in the last year alone. That growth has been helped by the rapid acceleration of numbers in the UK, as its market presence there matures. The bulk of its subscribers are in…

Oracle adds to Retail cloud offering

Oracle has announced that its Retail Merchandising solution is now available from Oracle Cloud on a subscription basis. The solution comprises of one foundation service, supported by three additional services. Components The Oracle Retail Merchandising Foundation Cloud Service provides the end to end merchandising operations that retails need. This includes support for purchasing, inventory, replenishment,…

NetSuite grabs four new channel partners

Oracle NetSuite has announced the addition of four new partners to its channel. The announcement comes after an extended quiet period following the acquisition by Oracle. The partners named are WithumSmith+Brown, Kranz & Associates, AdaptaLogix and Phoenix Systems Group. The NetSuite Solution Provider Program has existed since 2002 and since the acquisition no further changes…

Oracle soars on Q3 revenue and profits

Oracle announced its Q3 results yesterday and they were well received. The results helped the share price climb $7.23% to US $46.22. Total revenues (NON GAAP) for the quarter were $9.3 billion, up 3% in constant currency. Cloud revenues led the way. Software as a service (SaaS) and Platform as a Service delivered US $1 billion,…

Through Marketing to give growth at FinancialForce

FinancialForce has appointed Fred Studer the architect of Through Marketing as CMO. Studer has previously worked for Oracle and Microsoft with short stints at NetSuite and Gigamon. When we spoke to Studer we asked him why FinancialForce. He commented: “I thought about the world of cloud and companies that are bringing businesses to embrace and thinking…

NETSTOCK gains Built for NetSuite status

UPDATED: This article was updated following communication with NETSTOCK. There was an error in the original NETSTOCK press release and some clarifications have been added to the article NETSTOCK has announced that its inventory replenishment and optimisation application has achieved Built for NetSuite verification certification. The achievement comes two months before the annual NetSuite conference,…

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…