Netsuite delivers platform for business process customization

Share this article:

On-demand business management software provider NetSuite Inc. has launched SuiteFlex, a new application development platform that enables the creation of third-party vertical applications within NetSuite, as well as end-to-end business process customization for any end-user company.

Also, as part of SuiteScript, San Mateo, CA-based NetSuite introduced Suitelets and SuiteScript UI Objects. Together, these tools enable customers and third-party developers to build new workflows and applications that look and operate as if written by NetSuite's own developers.

SuiteFlex also introduced a new concept for the "Software as a Service" market. Third parties can use one of SuiteFlex's key components, SuiteBundler, to deliver new integrated vertical solutions by packaging their Suitelets and other extensions with NetSuite's core enterprise application which combines resource planning, customer relationship management and e-commerce capabilities.

In general, SuiteBundler's new capabilities allow solution providers to embed their industry-best practices, knowledge and applications-which traditionally are delivered as one-off services-into the actual NetSuite application.

Finally, NetSuite announced that SuiteFlex applications and process customizations can be shared as open source. More than 100 SuiteFlex extensions are already available at SuiteSource.

The SuiteFlex platform is immediately available and is included with the NetSuite subscription at no additional charge. Suitelets and SuiteScript UI Objects are currently available in Beta for application developers. They will be available, along with SuiteBundler, in the second quarter of 2007.

Share this article:
You must be a registered member of Direct Marketing News to post a comment.

Sign up to our newsletters

Follow us on Twitter @dmnews

Latest Jobs:

Featured Listings

More in Data/Analytics

Word to the Wise: 100% Viewability

Word to the Wise: 100% Viewability

100% viewability is quite the myth.

12 Big Data Facts for Marketers in 2014

12 Big Data Facts for Marketers in 2014

The idea of Big Data is nothing new, but its potential to solve today's problems and spark innovation is unprecedented.

Harvard Prof: Marketers Need to Step Up Their Predictive Abilities

Harvard Prof: Marketers Need to Step Up Their ...

Statistics expert Edo Airoldi says data must be paired with predictive analytics before marketers can truly forecast customer behavior.