In preparation for the first installment of NetSuite’s upcoming four-part webinar series on blockchain and cryptocurrency, we sat down with Andy Brown, Founder and CEO of Sand Hill East to discuss some of the topics he will discuss in the first webinar, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Part 1: A Beginner’s Guide. Brown has an extensive background working with both big banks and small start-ups—from his time as CTO of UBS, to his current role helping entrepreneurs execute on their ideas.
Sometimes IPOs are wildly successful, doubling or tripling in value over the course of a few weeks. Others may flop, and be put in Wall Street’s penalty box. Recovering from a poorly executed IPO can take years. For even the most seasoned executives with experience in the public markets, proper preparation is necessary to ensure a successful public offering. Understanding reporting rules and regulations is only part of the challenge. How you position the company, and communicate targets and results is equally important. NetSuite recently hosted a webinar with Tim Dolan, managing partner at ICR, a strategic communication and advisory firm for public and pre-IPO companies. He outlined three key tips to avoid becoming a Wall Street casualty. Watch a replay of the webinar.
For business and IT professionals alike, 2018 brings with it the need for some calculated decision making when it comes to technology. As previous transformative technologies like customer relationship marketing (CRM), enterprise resource planning (ERP) and business intelligence (BI) reach maturity, emerging technologies now need to be accounted for. As global pressures increase, the next 12 months can make a huge difference for businesses’ fortunes moving forward.
Following up on an IDC Marketscape report in which NetSuite was named a Leader in Worldwide SaaS and Cloud-Enabled Midmarket ERP Applications, the research firm has placed NetSuite in the Leaders Category in another report.
After more than 17 years of building a system on which to run a business in the cloud, NetSuite has a unique and intimate view of the way business is run across fast growing companies in all industries. It serves product-based businesses, services businesses and those that are a combination of both. In fact, NetSuite now counts at least one customer in all 1540 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes.