Acting as a leader of JD Edwards ERP implementation in Japan for more than 20 years, Gexeed’s decision to add NetSuite Cloud ERP solution provides all customers with an opportunity to select not only on-premise ERP, but also cloud ERP for the future of their businesses.
The difference between on-premise ERP and cloud ERP is simple. While on-premise ERP software is installed locally on customer company’s own computers and servers being managed by company’s IT team, Cloud ERP also known as SaaS, or Software-as-a-Service is delivered as a service.
By making a choice in favor of NetSuite, companies gain opportunities;
- To help the system keep up with company growth and restructuring
- To avoid initial high costs for system implementation
- To achieve system governance effectiveness for overseas offices with different currencies and languages
- To calm anxiety over the future costs related to the version upgrade of current ERP
Benefits provided by NetSuite
All in One
NetSuite integrates all the business which is required for management into one application. Under the centralized business process, operations such as data entry for each system, data accumulation for the purpose of analysis and report can also be minimized.
Both allocated privileges and offered functions (menus) are based on each role and business. By using those functions, each user can effectively enquire or acquire the same information in real time.