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August 21, 2008updated 06 Sep 2016 3:09pm

NetSuite announces product extensions

NetSuite, a provider of integrated business management software, has announced the latest product extensions to NetSuite built by NetSuite developer partners using the NetSuite business operating system, NS-BOS.

By CBR Staff Writer

These new ISV-built solutions are focused on meeting the specific needs of manufacturing companies and the availability of these solutions was timed to coincide with today’s unveiling of NetSuite for Manufacturers. The NetSuite ISV partners include Omnify Software, Configure One, SuiteCommerce, and SPS Commerce.

According to NetSuite, its NS-BOS will deliver the SaaS development platform that addresses these two growing market trends. By building on and extending the core of NetSuite, NS-BOS increases ISVs speed-to-market. This is because every vertical application can interact with and leverage the core ERP/CRM/E-commerce functionality of NetSuite and related data managed by the suite.

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