Manufacturers who require production and assembly benefit from the adoption of NetSuite Manufacturing Edition. The system is integrated with inventory, warehouse management, accounting and financial management, order management, customer relationship management (CRM), and ecommerce. Partner relationshp mangement (PRM) also allows users to better manage their contact with network partners. NetSuite is a cloud-based solution delivered over the web as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).
NetSuite can be used by manufacturing businesses to manage production orders, ensure base inventory level restocking, and ensure the success and quality of special orders. In addition, the system supports inventory for multiple locations, assembly management requirements, bill of materials, work order management, diverse methods of measurement, bar coding procedures, and other necessary business processes in the manufacturing industry. It can also integrate shipping processes with mainstream carriers, such as FedEx.
NetSuite Manufacturing Edition can help track down leads and turn them into finalized orders, while also tracking the association between production and revenue for manufacturing companies. The accompanying business dashboard is customizable, and leverages established best practices in providing an accessible tool for monitoring real-time business operations. This dashboard can also be tailored to fit certain roles, maintaining a clearly organized business community. This is a main staple of NetSuite’s differentiating business functionality.
Customization capabilities are included in the system as well, and are simplified to allow users to more easily enhance the software to better fit their specific requirements. As with other SaaS packages, the system can be accessed online, with less upfront cost and a substantially less complex implementation process.
Jessica from Katerra
Specialty: Building Materials
Employees number: 201-500 employees
Overall, this product would be great if it were more customizable. It does not talk to any of the other software we use for financial tracking purposes and this makes integration of product / usage very difficult.
I am able to easily see what is on hand for a particular product and easily identify the reorder point.
Creating a customized report is near impossible.
Amogh from Deloitte Consulting US-India Pvt. Ltd.
Specialty: Furniture / Home Decor
Employees number: 51-200 employees
I've been working closely on the NetSuite platform for more than a year. I have to say, it is pretty slick.
Although not designed for large scale industry, it is very good for mid scale especially considering its flexibility using Suitescripts and Suiteflow
Adam from Linden Lumber LLC
Specialty: Lumber / Forest Products
Employees number: 51-200 employees
NetSuite's core configuration is equipped to meet the financial management needs of a wider variety of small and mid-sized businesses, with the exception of those just looking for the basics.
ntegrates with NetSuite ERP and NetSuite Ecommerce. State-of-the-art user interface, navigational tools. Understandable languages and processes. Compliant with many global accounting rules. Generous stable of integrated add-on apps.
No built-in payroll. Can't purchase individual modules.
Jason from Peter Grimm Ltd.
We switched over to Netsuite in January of 2013. It is a great system. I have used quite a few (Oracle, SAP, Microsoft Dynamics, and many a home grown system) and I would tell you netsuite is better than them all. It is easy to make changes, easy and straight forward to use, and the reporting capability is very good and very flexible. Over a year later I still see tons of opportunity to improve our business and cut costs by going further with Netsuite.