NetSuite Business Process Outsourcing

August 25, 2011

NetSuite provides online integrated business application software to manage key business operations in a single hosted system, including: customer relationship management (CRM), order fulfillment, inventory, finance and product assembly, ecommerce, Web site management, and employee productivity.

Using business process outsourcing, organizations can be up and running on their NetSuite applications quickly and easily.

NetSuite Integration with CoreValue Conductor and BPO enables orchestration of business processes and underlying components for rapid design-time creation of customer-specific solutions:

  • Infusing speed, quality, and knowledge into critical customer business processes
  • Business-activity monitoring to provide horizontal visibility of activities
  • Rules-based automated workflows to enhance business agility at all levels
  • Aggregating customer business rules within the architecture for comprehensive business-process change management

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