NetSuite for Retail is a multi-channel retail management solution for retailers in all industries. Designed to satisfy omnichannel shoppers, NetSuite's end-to-end solution unifies POS and ecommerce on a single cloud-based platform with core operational business systems.
Retailers no longer need to manage separate retail applications as this multi-channel platform offers inventory and order management, CRM, business intelligence, warehouse management, marketing, financials, POS and ecommerce. The order management delivers buy anywhere, fulfill anywhere and return anywhere functionality, and store managers, inventory managers, ecommerce managers and executives all have their own dashboards. Thanks to real-time data, users can be assured their information is timely and accurate. Leveraging NetSuite's single platform, retailers are able to achieve a holistic view of the customer, order and the business; with a cloud-based, mobile-ready solution, NetSuite enables retailers to focus on increasing profits and satisfying customers rather than managing traditional retail software and hardware.
Rose from SwimSpot
Specialty: Apparel & fashion
Portfolio size: 6 to 10 users
It has a good database, however, it still requires you run separate reports for sales, then inventory and combine. It has a low cost and is cloud-based.
NetSuite does not provide any service. If you are a small company with 10 stores, you will be "supported" by an office in the Philippines. The team does not follow up as they promise. You will need to follow up multiple times to get answers and sometimes not get an answer. I met a rep at NRF 2015 who told me that he would move our account to US. I have emailed and called multiple times with no response. Not even a response to the email from anyone at NetSuite. There is no mobile solution (retail anywhere is one of the worst retail systems). I'm not impressed. They are not aware of current needs or tech--they did not tell customers about the Chip & Pin requirement coming in Oct 2015. An associate can return an item multiple times for the same invoice.
There are no basic retail reports (style report). They will tell you how great their system is you can create reports. However, be warned you will need a programmer to program any report that is complex.
Find out who uses the software and ask for references (min of 3). They must be a similar size to your company. Ask them how much they spend on programmers to get the tools they needed to run the business. Ask them who supports their account.
Tim from TDF Inc.
Specialty: General merchandise
Portfolio size: 21 to 50 users
They meet all my needs as a customer in every way.
There is nothing I like least. The product is exceptionally good all round.
Try it and give it a fair shot before you make a commitment.
Lance from Westco
Specialty: Manufacturing & wholesale
Portfolio size: 21 to 50 users
Its effectiveness and reliability is superb. The costs are nice too.
There is really nothing that I dont like about the product as a whole.
Get a free trial of it first to make sure it meets your business needs.
Surren from Pinnacle Financial Consulting
Specialty: Grocery / supermarket
Portfolio size: 11 to 20 users
It's very easy to use and train employees. The product support is very good.
I cannot think of any flaws at this point. But the product works well.
Use the product in various situations and make sure it fits well with your business.
Pete from Patriot Outfitters
Specialty: Other specialty retailer
Portfolio size: 51 to 100 users
We chose NetSuite because of the strength of the core system and the integration with POS and e-Commerce.
The area of the product that is the least integrated and in most need of improvement is the POS. NetSuite is making progress on fixing the issues.
Make a good list of your mission critical processes and procedures so you can test the system to be sure it can perform all the tasks you need.