If there’s anything we learned from the 2016 election, it’s that data is king.
Manufacturers, distributors and retailers can leverage technology to help adapt to a business environment where tariffs and trade wars are making daily headlines.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of NetSuite. And while a lot of things have changed since 1998, our mission hasn’t wavered: Enabling organizations to realize their vision by delivering a complete suite of applications to run their business.
In preparation for the first installment of NetSuite’s upcoming four-part webinar series on private equity, we sat down with Cheryl Vijjeswarapu East Coast Head of Private Equity – Oracle NetSuite, to discuss some of the topics we will cover in the first webinar, Private Equity Part 1: Market Trends to Watch. Vijjeswarapu has an extensive background working with a wide-range of businesses from start-up to public enterprise. She is also experienced working both with companies searching for investment and PE-backed businesses from her time as a consultant at Deloitte and her work in the investment advisory world.
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