NetSuite introduces SuitePhone

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NetSuite Inc., a vendor of on-demand, integrated business management application suites has launched SuitePhone, a capability that allows NetSuite customers to run business operations using the Apple iPhone.

The SuitePhone capability provides native support for Safari, the iPhone and Mac browser - allowing San Mateo, CA-based NetSuite's advanced, AJAX-based user interface technologies such as drop-down menus, drag-and drop portlets, and in-line editing, to be supported.

In addition, the ERP, CRM and e-commerce functionality of NetSuite is now also available to Apple users, bringing them an on-demand, integrated business management application designed for the Apple platform.

With the capability, users can log into their NetSuite accounts on their iPhones, and manage their businesses while they are away from their offices.

Back-office users, for example, can use their iPhone to remotely access their financial functionality such as invoicing, accounts receivable and payroll.

CRM users can also enter leads, file expense reports, view contacts, and even place quotes and orders.

E-commerce operations also can be readily managed through the iPhone, and NetSuite's role-based dashboards provide a bird's-eye view of a business in real-time.

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