Technology implementations are always complex: There are new processes to plan for, vendors to manage, timelines and budgets to track, training, and on and on. After many NetSuite implementations, I’ve noticed some common mistakes that organizations should take note to avoid. Yes, you can and should rely on your system integrator to advise you, but you also need to be aware of these seemingly small issues that can become big headaches if not managed correctly.
Imagine if, for the past 20 years, you had a front row seat into the machinations of 16,000 businesses in more than a dozen industries, from the smallest family business to the multi-generational conglomerate, from the shiniest new startup to the industry incumbents, from the friends-and-family funded to the private equity backed and the publicly traded.
Oracle NetSuite Executive Vice President Evan Goldberg spent the opening keynote of SuiteWorld19 laying out a vision of how NetSuite customers can reach their “True North”—and how NetSuite can help get them there.
For many companies, global expansion represents both the key to reaching their next stage of growth and the impediment keeping them from getting there.