Organisations face a challenging future—one where existing competitors are constantly innovating, and new start-ups are reinventing entire business models thanks to evolving technology. For the modern CFO, inertia is not an option.
Technology has become a primary ingredient for social change in nonprofits, whether it’s enabling fundraising through channels like social media or forming a strong operational and financial backbone. It’s in that spirit that NetSuite continues to seek opportunities to enable growth among nonprofit organizations, including recently expanding its Social Impact program.
NetSuite’s Ranga Bodla recently sat down with Tim White, CIO of L.N. Curtis & sons, a leading distributor of emergency responder equipment and previous Infor customer, to discuss the company’s decision to move off Infor for a new long-term ERP system. L.N. Curtis & sons went through a rigorous analysis and evaluation of solutions from Infor, Epicor, Microsoft and NetSuite, and ultimately chose to go with NetSuite. Below are highlights from the conversation.
Private equity firms and their portfolio companies are both focused on one primary outcome: improving business performance. While this goal may seem simple, the path to achieving it is constantly evolving and the relationship between the two parties is both unique and complex.
It’s a Friday night and you have a packed weekend planned, but instead of enjoying dinner and drinks with friends, you’re stuck behind the computer screen at your home office. At midnight, your company’s biggest sale of the year kicks off and you need to be there to make sure everything goes smoothly – that the landing page is live, works properly and has the right content on it.