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October 18, 2010

Celigo introduces Google Gmail Integration for NetSuite Cloud

Google Apps users can now view and manage targeted NetSuite records

By CBR Staff Writer

Celigo has unveiled the Google Apps Gmail Integration for NetSuite, which is built using NetSuite’s SuiteCloud platform.

The company said using the Gmail Integration for NetSuite, Google Apps users can now view and manage targeted NetSuite records such as quotes and orders from within Gmail.

NetSuite users using Gmail can attach messages to NetSuite records and view those messages from within NetSuite.

Users can view Gmail messages as native NetSuite "Message" objects for easy visibility into the larger thread of their client communications, whether those messages were sent and received from NetSuite or via Gmail.

Both NetSuite and Google Apps platforms’ support for the OpenID standard that allows navigation between NetSuite and Google Apps.

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