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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail

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NetSuite ERP by NetSuite is now certified by TEC in the enterprise resource planning (EPR) for services software space. As part of the certification process, NetSuite has demonstrated that NetSuite ERP supports specific real-world business processes to TEC senior ERP analyst Ted Rohm.

NetSuite ERP caters to a number of vertical industries, including services, and each ranks the product as the number 1 cloud ERP software solution on the market. The vendor also boasts a number of impressive statistics on its continued commitment to providing customer service—including 99.97% uptime, on average—which it makes available to the public 24/7.

In this TEC certification report, you’ll read about the NetSuite ERP’s redesigned user interface, which is 3 years in the making, dashboard and portlet improvements, as well as enhancements in project job costing, multi-book accounting, and dunning letters, to name a few. Read the report and get a detailed look at how NetSuite ERP supports current business processes and how it compares with solutions on the market in the major functionality areas for ERP for services.



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