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NetSuite And Amazon Partner On Cloud ERP

By Mike Sachoff

NetSuite has announced new partners for its enterprise cloud computing service, including Amazon Web Services, Genpact and Wipro.

NetSuite says the new partnerships will speed up the global adoption of cloud computing, creating value for new vertical markets and expand the reach and integration of cloud computing processes into all aspects of enterprise operations.

"Today's announcements show how customers, partners and ISVs are using NetSuite to deliver complex business management in the cloud," said Zach Nelson, CEO of NetSuite.

"The powerful flexibility of SuiteCloud 2.0 and the partnerships with global powerhouses like Genpact, Wipro and show the momentum of NetSuite as the standard for next generation business management applications."

SuiteCloud 2.0 delivers a number of new features, making it a flexible and cost-effective cloud application. New features include a backup solution for true application management in the cloud, seamless cloud-to-cloud integration with single sign-on authentication and new graphical workflow management software that for the first time, gives users the ability to quickly point and click to create and alter custom workflows to support the way businesses actually work.

With SuiteCloud 2.0, NetSuite's customers, developers and channel partners have a powerful platform at their disposal to transform stagnant businesses into real-time enterprises with the ability to monitor, analyze and alter key operating processes as challenges and opportunities evolve.

NetSuite and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have formed a partnership that connects their respective cloud platforms. Developers, independent software vendors (ISVs) and customers can now build new software applications that make use of NetSuite's tightly integrated, end-to-end cloud ERP suite and the storage and compute capabilities of Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) cloud services.

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