The two companies end their three-year licensing agreement amicably. Where does NetSuite go from here?
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The on-demand CRM market just got a bit more crowded. Entellium, which has served the Asia-Pacific market for four years, introduced its hosted CRM suite in North America. The company boasts lower fees, workflow features and no contractual obligations.
Think Web conferencing is strictly big-business fare? If so, Intranets.com is out to change your thinking. The online collaboration service provider today announced that it is adding conferencing to Web-based platform with SMB-appropriate features and pricing.
NetSuite customization is a major breakthrough because it solves two problems facing the small businesses using hosted applications. NetSuite eliminates 'one size fits all' solutions and enables upgrades of customized applications.
NetLedger changes its name to NetSuite and launches version 9.0 of its flagship mid-market ERP and CRM products. The changes to the software focus on functionality and usability, with enhancements to the code base that supports NetSuite and the Oracle Small Business Suite.
There are many ways for a small business to setup a backup and recovery system. Few solutions are as easy or inexpensive to manage as EVaults. The system uses existing Internet connections to automatically backup Microsoft Windows networks to offsite data vaults.
Securing and monetizing digital assets isn't just for large publishing companies. eRightsWEB is a hosted service that also allows smaller companies to more efficiently provide content on a subscription, pay-per-use, pay-per-click basis.