NetSuite Works With Developers to Expand Software Options

By Kevin Hill on 28 May 2007 10:07 am EDT
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netsuiteNetSuite, Inc. the on-demand business management software providers has just announced that NetSuite product is now available wirelessly on mobiles such as the BlackBerry.

Now, busy sales reps and managers can run key business processes such as placing orders and closing transactions and sales from their BlackBerry. Support reps can immediately address customer service issues and other business users can have access to the business application in real-time and run their business as usual while away from the office.

NetSuite worked with third-party application developers such as Antenna Software, Explore Mobile and iEnterprises to extend NetSuite through the SuiteFlex development and integration platform, which is designed to enable the extension of NetSuite to third-party systems, the creation of third-party vertical applications within NetSuite, and the customization of end-to-end business processes for end-users.

Antenna Software’s AMPower for NetSuite mobile solution allows user to access and update essential customer and order information in real-time from the NetSuite system.

Explore Mobile’s Explore Order Entry allows sales reps to retrieve, update and take orders via their mobile device and have them uploaded into NetSuite.

iEnterprises’ Mobile Edge for NetSuite is a pre-built application that allows BlackBerry and Windows Mobile users to connect and extend NetSuite CRM and ERP capabilities to their handheld while away from the office.

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