Marketing automation and knowledge management headline the company's latest list of enhancements, as well as those coming from its partners.
Posted Jul 25, 2008
The on-demand provider releases upgrades to two vertical editions, as software-as-a-service vendors take "a more focused approach," according to one industry analyst.
The popular on-demand CRM vendor puts its cash to good use in snatching up professional services automation developer OpenAir.
Integrations with Google, PayPal, and UPS enhance the ability to serve online businesses; shopping cart closure and multichannel selling bring relevance to Web shoppers.
The on-demand provider releases an end-to-end mobile suite solution with several partners; it matches market demand, according to one industry analyst.
The company releases enhancements to its e-commerce engine, with improvements that are tailored for a potentially untapped midmarket, according to one analyst.
The company reveals a new customization and development platform; it now goes "toe-to-toe" with Salesforce.com, according to one industry pundit.
The on-demand CRM suite provider floats its latest version, combining analytics, back-office integration, and partner relationship management.
The on-demand CRM vendor announces full in-browser capabilities for use on the wildly popular new Apple device; CRM on the hip could make Apple the next big mobile business tool.
After what one analyst called a "painfully long" anticipation, the on-demand CRM vendor finally goes public
The on-demand CRM vendor, recently public, launches an application development platform -- NetSuite Business Operating System -- for custom and vertical software.
Will on-demand ring a bell in manufacturing? The SaaS pioneer rolls a new vertical integration off the assembly line, and its partners are also building for the industry using NetSuite's Business Operating System platform.
Rounding up a slew of announcements from the on-demand CRM provider, including a half-price deal targeting Salesforce.com customers.
The hardware-and-services vendor inks a partnership with NetSuite to resell CRM.
The provider of professional services automation -- now a NetSuite company -- announces closer integration with Salesforce.com.
The popular on-demand ERP and CRM provider announces a version for the retail industry, and has its first profitable quarter.
NetSuite's first "premier partner" is a vendor that specializes in making social media work for the enterprise.