We use Sage Live for finance and accounting, but we’re migrating to NetSuite. Sage is great for small and medium businesses, but it was too small for us so now we’re migrating.
Director of Inside Sales - ForceManager
We are graduating to NetSuite from QuickBooks. I believe that it had to do with working internationally. NetSuite has a more flexible way to deal with different currencies.
Co-founder & COO - Andela
We are configuring now NetSuite as it is the only tool that has better services to adapt to the local rules and regulations. QuickBooks and Xero are not working with the Italian system.
Founder & CEO - Velasca
We like NetSuite very much. The requirements for a company that does hardware are a little bit more sophisticated in many ways, like having to manage inventory and things you are shipping around the world. NetSuite does a great job at helping us get a real time handle on that.
Founder & CEO - Qardio
We thought we would spend more money if we adopted the NetSuite platform, but they did a very good job of creating a good platform. If we were to go back, we would probably adopt their service. I think that we would have gotten to where we are faster. When you make a decision between creating your own tool and using something that is already on the market, you have to consider the payback period. If creating your own tool takes more than 5 years of investment in yourself, the payback period is too long.
CEO - TaskEasy
Our parent company is taking care of it. They use NetSuite.
Founder - Waffle
We're relatively happy with NetSuite. It’s a big system, and we don’t use a number of the modules. But if you know what you’re doing, you can set it up to be effective. And in general, it works well.
Co-founder - FullContact
I have quite a bit of accounting knowledge, and you definitely need that to get NetSuite’s accounting software set up. We needed a more sophisticated product than what the competitors were offering because we also need inventory management. We track inventory and manufacturing all the way from bottling, to corking, to the finished product. NetSuite was easier to implement than SAP or Oracle, but it was still challenging to implement. It’s flexible, but takes time to set up. And it doesn’t have the prettiest UI, but we like the functionality.
Co-founder & COO - Club W
We use NetSuite CRM for our B2B side.
Co-founder & COO - Club W
When a company has outgrown the capabilities of QuickBooks/Xero, and need a full ERP, we're big fans of migrating clients to NetSuite.
Founder & CEO - Nomad Financial
2%Stacklist Startups Are Using NetSuite
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