NetSuite and California-based accounting and consulting firm Burr Pilger Mayer have partnered to launch new cloud computing practice. Both companies have signed a systems integrator (SI) deal to this end.
NetSuite is a provider of cloud-based financials / ERP software suites. Following this deal, BPM will be able to build a cloud integration practice focused on implementing and supporting NetSuite’s cloud computing global business management suites.
The accounting and consulting firm will also be able to build vertical SuiteApps for the NetSuite SuiteCloud platform.
Thanks to NetSuite, BPM now has immediate presence in the burgeoning cloud computing industry, a world-class development platform as well as a superior line-up of cloud business management solutions.
It will now be able to serve companies in vertical fields spanning manufacturing, technology, retail, professional services and life sciences.
“The combination of BPM and NetSuite brings together some of the brightest minds in Northern California to solve the problems of today’s growing global businesses,” said Jim McGeever, NetSuite COO. “The combination of NetSuite’s unparalleled cloud computing platform and BPM’s trusted accountants and consultants can deliver immediate value to new joint customers in a dozen industries.”
“We knew that our new Cloud Integration Practice needed to be anchored by a partner that would provide stability, scalability, and a wide range of vertical market solutions. Only NetSuite was able to meet our demands and the demands of our customers to run their international business on a single, powerful solution,” said Steve Mayer, president and CEO of BPM. “We look forward to delivering more value to our regional and international clientele with the power and flexibility of NetSuite solutions, which perfectly complement our 25 years’ experience as trusted advisors to companies around the world.”
By Anuradha Shukla
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