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SuiteWorld 2015 Keynotes

Did you miss this year’s SuiteWorld 2015 Keynotes, or want to watch them back again at your leisure? Here they are in all their glory…

The End of the Beginning

Zach Nelson, CEO of NetSuite
5 May 2015

Zach Nelson, CEO of NetSuite, reveals “The End of the Beginning” focused on how the accelerated rate of change is disrupting every industry and changing the buyer experience.

The Platform for Disruption

Evan Goldberg, Founder, CTO & Founder of NetSuite
6 May 2015

Evan Goldberg, CTO, Chairman of the Board and Founder of NetSuite, focuses on “The Platform for Disruption” that enables any business to adapt with agility and flexibility.

What Your Business Will Look Like in 2020

Fred Studer, CMO of NetSuite
7 May 2015

Fred Studer, CMO of NetSuite, will inspire audiences with “What Your Business Will Look Like in 2020” and how NetSuite is positioned to deliver the customer experience of the future.

LHK Fine Wines adopts NetSuite to drive sales

Andreas Exarheas
15 Oct 2014

London-based LHK Fine Wines has teamed up with FHL Cloud Solutions in an effort to streamline operations and drive sales.

The wine trader recruited UK-based FHL to help the brand switch from dysfunctional on-premise software and hardware to the one of the fastest growing cloud business management software suites; NetSuite. FHL Cloud Solutions, headquartered in Cheshire, is Europe’s number one NetSuite Solution provider – winning the prestigious NetSuite EMEA Solution Provider of the Year award for the last four consecutive years.

Read more on FoodBev.com…

SuiteWorld 2014 Keynotes

Did you miss this year’s SuiteWorld 2014 Keynotes, or want to watch them back again at your leisure? Here they are in all their glory…

Cloud ERP: Your Unfair Advantage

Zach Nelson, CEO of NetSuite
13 May 2014

Watch Zach Nelson, CEO of NetSuite, and special guests at SuiteWorld 2014 as he reveals the future of cloud computing and the big ideas that will enrich your customer relationships, revolutionize how you think of commerce and transform your overall business, giving you the edge you need to succeed in today’s dynamic world.

Tomorrow’s Business System, Today

Evan Goldberg, Founder, CTO & Founder of NetSuite
14 May 2014

Hear from Evan Goldberg, CTO and Founder of NetSuite, and some of his tech-talking friends at SuiteWorld 2014 as they unveil the cloud system innovations of tomorrow that are going to fuel your business success today.

It’s a Wonderful Cloud

Jim McGeever, COO of NetSuite
15 May 2014

Watch Jim McGeever, COO of NetSuite, and invited fans of the Cloud from the Fortune 5 million to the Fortune 500, as they share their perspectives at SuiteWorld 2014 on what Cloud ERP has meant for their business.

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SuiteWorld 2013 Keynotes

Last month, we saw what the future holds for us at SuiteWorld 2013. Now you can watch for yourself in these three entertaining keynotes.

Operations Transformed, Visions Realized
Zach Nelson, CEO NetSuite

May 14, 2013, 9:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m. PST

Transforming Technology to Transform Your Business
Evan Goldberg, Founder, CTO & Chairman of the Board

May 15, 2013, 10:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m. PST

ERP Inside Out: What’s New and Relevant to Your Business Success
Jim McGeever, COO, NetSuite

May 16, 2013, 10:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m. PST

(First Hosted’s very own Andrew Peddie appears at 50:49).

Cloud SIs do it differently

19th May 2013

Phil Wainewright writes about how businesses tend to choose Cloud systems in their need for speed of deployment.

Last week at SuiteWorld, I met with Andrew Peddie, managing director of FirstHosted, the most experienced NetSuite partner in EMEA, with eighty deployments under its belt since it was founded in April 2006. A representative customer is document management software vendor Alfresco, which is growing at between 35-50% a year and already preparing for an IPO. Peddie said that FirstHosted generally begins a NetSuite deployment with out-of-the-box functionality so that the client can get up-and-running quickly.

“You can do that very, very rapidly,” he said. “We don’t want to lose that strength by getting the whole project bogged down. We go for a bare-bones implementation and then we stack additional functionality afterwards.” What then happens is that the SI continues to work with the client as they grow into the product and adapt it more closely to their needs. “Generally speaking there is an ongoing relationship over a number of years,” said Peddie. So the engagement is still multi-year, even if the deployment happens early on in a matter of weeks.

Read more at Diginomica…