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When Small Business Packages Have Enterprise Appeal
As an APS-based business management system, NetSuite can effectively serve the needs of small medium businesses. Its integrated application uses three distinct

business flow chart  important sales and marketing business processes, but what really sets it apart is its ability to present a comprehensive real-time view of each customer and prospect through reports, graphs, and dashboards. Rather than having to wade through detailed reports to glean important information, reports and graphs present an instant picture of the organization as a whole, as well as customers, partners, and important issues and the dashboards act as their entry point. Overall, this is a very well-designed CRM

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