Thursday, September 24, 2009

Netsuite Business Management Software Access Via Free iPhone App

Netsuite iPhone App
Netsuite has launched an iPhone app to allow its users access the web services via iPhone. Netsuite, a cloud-based business management software provider, competes with entities like in the market place.
As more and more business and enterprises are allowing iPhones into their infrastructure, it is a good move by Netsuite to provide its services to customers on the go. The app is on App Store and it is free
Mobile business functionality enabled by NetSuite includes:
  • NetSuite Dashboards including KPIs, report snapshots, trend graphs, scorecards, reminders, and recent records. The dashboards are interactive, allowing users to drill down and explore trends with the touch of a finger.
  • NetSuite Calendar with support for accepting or declining events and marking tasks complete.
  • Lead, Prospect & Customer records tailored to mobile sales, field service and executive leadership, including access to associated contacts, marketing campaigns, opportunities, quotes, orders, purchase history, financial history, cases, and issues.
  • Productivity tools that leverage native capabilities of the device, such as click-to-call from any NetSuite record containing a phone number, click-to-email from any NetSuite record containing an e-mail address, and click-to-map (via Google Maps) from any NetSuite record containing a physical address.
"This is a great release by NetSuite," said Elliott Rabin, President, Ridout Plastics Co. Inc. (, a plastics manufacturer based in San Diego, CA since 1914. "Access is very fast overall, and trend graphs are much faster than through a browser. From a CEO view, I can see my KPIs and can get top 10 information quickly – by sales, customers, sales reps, etc. Like in a browser, the app lets me find a customer quickly through searching – and I'm one who loves 'recent records' for quick access to information. The iPhone application adds tremendous value to my NetSuite experience."

Netsuite via Techcrunch


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