Less than a year after it was acquired by Oracle, NetSuite was on the main stage at Oracle’s annual OpenWorld conference in San Francisco last month. NetSuite Founder Evan Goldberg was joined on the stage by Oracle CEO Mark Hurd to discuss the strategy and plans for the combined business moving forward.
Earlier this year, I was privileged to present our International Product strategy as part of Evan Goldberg’s keynote at our annual SuiteWorld event.
The San Francisco SPCA, a NetSuite customer, is a nonprofit dedicated to saving and protecting animals, providing care and treatment, advocating for animal welfare, and enhancing the human-animal bond. As the 4tholdest humane society in the United States, the SFSPCA has been a key catalyst in giving San Francisco the lowest euthanasia rate of any major city in the country. Beyond preventing animal cruelty, the organization also has the two largest veterinary hospitals in the city, both with adoption centers that adopted out over 5,500 animals last year alone.
It’s that time of the year again – NetSuite’s next release. As a true cloud solution, NetSuite upgrades all accounts twice a year – typically in Q1 and Q3. Our customers benefit from always being on the latest release with the ability to use the latest technologies and capabilities to help drive their businesses forward.
A key factor in NetSuite’s success from Day One was the overarching goal of the company. NetSuite was built to run a business. The suite includes many outstanding capabilities, built in from the ground up, including: pure cloud architecture; built-in Business Intelligence; customization framework; ecommerce; and more. These are all incredible capabilities, but its core mission -- software built to run a business -- has always been a subtle misunderstood differentiator.