The annual NetSuite price structure uses a standardized, per-user/per-month model

As a business owner, maybe you’ve received one of those ominous calls at three-in-the-morning: the servers are going down and throwing off thousands of files and documents into the abyss.

So much for implementing a backup and recovery program, or explaining to the customer how their most confidential  information lies in the Wasteland of the digital landscape.

Today, companies are finding good reason to look to the Cloud to provide SaaS to run their core business processes, such as the NetSuite ERP platform available through Technology Management Concepts (TMC).

For starters, SMBs are turning away from making future buildouts of their server rooms, or adding more hardware—and on-premise software—as their business expands. As a result, the migration to cloud-service technology is providing cost benefits that encompass a company’s IT department. Furthermore, all of the upgrades, maintenance and system admin is up to the hosting service.

Perhaps one of the most dramatic benefits by using a cloud-based platform like NetSuite is the achievability of more accurate data entries. No longer do users have to make duplicate entries in one application…open another and go through the same manual operations.

NetSuite price structure is aimed at accommodating large to SMB-size businesses by using a standardized price list. The full line of cloud software includes platforms for Netsuite ERP, eCommerce, CRM, NetSuite OneWorld and Open Air. Pricing reflects a per-user and per-month scenario, and usually on an annual contract.

For companies interested in the the NetSuite Help Desk, the plans are set up separately using a percentage of the software subscription price.

Contact us for more information on how NetSuite’s cloud offerings can benefit your business.