It might be a forgotten sector, but the outdoor retail market grew by 6.8% in the U.S. in June of last year over the previous year to almost $1.2 billion.
In the context of today’s CRM and ERP platforms, this bodes well for a company like NetSuite, whose cloud-based business management software is well-known in the manufacturing, shipping and distribution sectors. Users rely on its range of capabilities in accounting and professional services automation both in the ERP and CRM platforms.
Today, Netsuite is in use by more than 10,000 organizations in over 100 countries, and is reaching into more and more vertical markets, such as the retail sector.
Recently, The software provided a platform for SuiteCommerce, a firm heavily involved in eCommerce that includes B2B as well as B2C.
The software integrates well with international businesses while handling multiple branch operations. For example, a number of outdoor product companies using NetSuite report growth in the double digits, or better. The chains include Sports Authority, REI, Dick’s Sporting Goods and L.L. Bean.
NetSuite users benefit with reduced IT costs, such as capital investments in on-premise servers and software that often need high-level IT maintenance to keep them up and running efficiently.
What’s more, NetSuite’s cloud solutions offer companies a wide range of features and benefits, including:
- Change leads into orders, orders into shipments with positive revenue outcomes.
- Supply chain operations are improved due to a more integrated inventory and order management capability.
- Real-time monitoring of customer activity and other back-office systems.
Discover the NetSuite difference and how it can raise your level of operational efficiency across all departments. Contact us today.