NET Return has announced the availability of the Australian version of NetSuite, the fastest growing online applications in the US.
NetSuite provides small to medium companies (SMEs) with affordable alternatives to traditional 'big business' software.
It includes complete back-office functionality integrating order, inventory, and procurement business process automation with robust financials to provide supply chain management and e-commerce for SMEs.
Most SMEs have been forced to buy separate, expensive software packages to manage their business - one for financials, one for order fulfilment, one for sales force automation and one for customer support.
In addition they then spend an even greater amount of money on hardware to run the software, and resources to install, maintain, and integrate the data from these incompatible systems.
NetSuite enables companies to manage all key business operations in a single, online, application that includes complete accounting, customer relationship management; employee productivity; warehousing and product assembly; Web store and Web presence; and time and billing.
As an online service, there is no hardware to procure, no large up-front licensing fee, and no software to maintain, update and upgrade.
And finally, the products' easy-to-use, "dashboard" user interface provides a customised, role-specific view of accounts, inventory, sales and other key business information.
NetSuite enables all departments to have a complete view of their customers with data entered only once - reducing errors and dramatically improving business productivity.
NetSuite uses an Oracle database with all a customers' data locally hosted at a world-class Telstra data centre in Australia. Local hosting means that it is almost ten times faster to retrieve data than when data is hosted overseas.
As an online service, NetSuite can be quickly deployed to multiple locations and personnel can access information from any location using a web-browser.
NetSuite is fully localised to support Australian statutory requirements, including:
* Online generation of BAS and IAS statements for direct submission to the ATO.
* Industry specific tax codes.
* Flexible COA structures that allow businesses to manage tax affairs in a way that suits their business and industry.