NetSuite Strengthens Ties with Google’s Cloud
NetSuite, a provider of financials / ERP software suites, has strengthened its ties with Google’s cloud and integrated with Google Apps.
This move includes contextual integration between the main components of NetSuite and both Gmail and Google Calendar, which ultimately offers improved productivity in the cloud.
NetSuite has also announced full synchronization of Google Calendar and the calendar in NetSuite OpenAir, a global cloud professional services automation (PSA) and services resource planning (SRP) solution.
The NetSuite OpenAir calendar app allows OpenAir events such as bookings and task assignments to be exported in real-time from NetSuite OpenAir to Google Calendars for individual users.
All the features and benefits offered by the Google Calendar integration can be used free of cost by all NetSuite OpenAir users having Google Apps accounts.
By leveraging it partnership with SuiteCloud Developer Network (SDN) partner Celigo, NetSuite has also launched fully contextual integration with several components of Google Apps.
Celigo simplifies the adoption of on-demand applications through its products and services. It is Celigo is also one of the leading resellers for NetSuite.
Commenting on further strengthening of ties with Google, Zach Nelson, CEO of NetSuite said: “Seamless access to the power of NetSuite and Google Apps together means more real-time collaboration and visibility for every stakeholder working on an opportunity, transaction, or project.”
“By strengthening our ties with Google’s cloud and integrating with Google Apps, NetSuite has made it even easier for businesses to do business at Internet speed.”
The Google Apps Marketplace enables Google Apps customers to easily discover, purchase and deploy integrated business applications and related professional services.
“We are pleased to see NetSuite expand its presence in the Google Apps Marketplace,” said Dave Girouard, president of Google Enterprise. “As a company built for the cloud, NetSuite is helping IT administrators leverage the benefits of cloud computing and extend Google Apps to more of their business needs.”
By Anuradha Shukla