NetSuite unveils NetSuite 2007.0

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On-demand business management software NetSuite Inc. has launched NetSuite 2007.0, which contains new features designed to make automating complex operations and processes simpler for growing and mid-sized businesses.

San Mateo, CA-based NetSuite said that while NetSuite 2007.0 encompasses hundreds of new features, it focuses on three key functional areas to bring together the power required to run a mid-sized business, with the ease-of-use and management to make complex activities simple and low-cost:

Easy ERP - New NetSuite Assistants make the setup, data import and ongoing administration of complex tasks simple. In addition, new NetSuite Assistants for complex functional ERP areas such as multidimensional product configuration and transactional form layout significantly improve productivity across the business.

NetSuite Global CRM and PRM - With NetSuite 2007.0, orders, forecasts, quotas and commissions can now be managed on a per-country basis in local currency. In addition, all countries can then roll-up into a single dashboard for a consolidated global view across the entire organization.

SuiteAnalytics - While other solutions require the added cost of complexity of third-party data warehousing tools to gain insight into business data, NetSuite continues its leadership in real-time analytics by adding new business intelligence capabilities including detailed scorecards, and incorporation of Excel-like custom formulas within any NetSuite Dashboard and saved search.

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