Both have outgrown either the 1990s era on-premise system or the combination of QuickBooks and Excel spreadsheets.
Regardless of the size or age of a company, manufacturers striving for success need a system that can keep pace and address the challenges of today.
Manufacturing Practice Manager Ron Peterson provides an overview of NetSuite’s Manufacturing and Distribution capabilities.
That is where NetSuite comes in. Across the NetSuite customer base, there are thousands of manufacturers that fall across the spectrum of size and age; this is because NetSuite revolves its business strategy around five pillars to address the challenges all modern businesses face. These pillars include NetSuite’s:
- Reliable platform
- Industry-specific capabilities
- Global functionality
- Customer experience focus
- Flexibility to accommodate complex business models
Learn more about NetSuite. Download the NetSuite in Manufacturing eBook.
Introducing the NetSuite Advanced Manufacturing Edition
On top of the core functionality, NetSuite offers an Advanced Manufacturing edition, which caters to even more complex manufacturing requirements, including:
- Manufacturing Execution Systems
- Bar Code Scanning
NetSuite’s stepped approach to the implementation process and leading practices are critical differentiators compared to the competition.
- Tablet Experience
- Advanced Routings
- Rough Cut Capacity Planning
- Resource Requirements Planning
- Quality Control
- Batch Control & Management
- Recipe/Formula Management
- Dynamic Reporting
- Release Management
Why Manufacturers Choose OTT, Inc.
OTT, Inc. is a preferred choice for manufacturers choosing to evaluate and deploy NetSuite.
The company has served manufacturers since 1995. Moreover, it has developed a proven 5-step-methodology, The Trusted Partner Path, which differentiates OTT, Inc. from other NetSuite Partners.
Once the 5 steps are complete, OTT, Inc. has an ongoing lifecycle of education, communication, support, and optimization services that is certain to help your business.