Are your current business processes in need of an update? Even if your workflows are tried and true, switching to more efficient operations increases productivity and saves you from unnecessary costs. If you’re not considering how to innovate your everyday functions, your organization is bound to fall short of reaching its full potential.
Efficiency is key to the success of small and rapidly growing organizations. With NetSuite, you can maintain that momentum with the ability to manage all aspects of your organization in a single system. NetSuite SuiteSuccess Starter Edition is designed from a set of leading practices that pave a clear path to success and are proven to deliver rapid business value and get you live on NetSuite in a predictable timeframe.
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The success of a project in a service business depends on accurate time and expense inputs, billing rules, workflows and processes. Inaccuracies introduce billing errors and these mistakes damage customer relationships, impact your reputation and put future business at risk. Inaccurate or late billing also results in delayed or disputed payments, which impacts cash flow—something many businesses already struggle with.
As a starter system for fashion companies, QuickBooks is a logical and economical choice. QuickBooks provides the basic functionality any fashion business needs in a financial management system—managing a company’s chart of accounts and its relationships with vendors and customers through accounts payable and accounts receivable.
When people think of workflows in an ERP system, they generally think about approval workflows. However, NetSuite’s workflow management system, SuiteFlow, extends that definition by allowing your ERP system to work smarter for you.
Over the years, small to midsized manufacturing companies have pieced together multiple applications to run their operations, from accounting to order fulfillment, to sales and marketing. This infrastructure lacks many capabilities, limits visibility into essential business information and doesn’t allow companies to adapt to changing market conditions and new business models. This piecemeal approach results in companies trying to grow by adding even more systems or niche applications—which often aren’t integrated with each other and exacerbate inefficiencies.