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Liberate I.T. Establishes Cloud Presence in NZ with NetSuite
Liberate I.T. will offer NetSuite’s cloud-based business management software suites to businesses in New Zealand. Partnership with NetSuite, a provider of cloud-based financials / ERP software suites, will allow Liberate I.T., to gain cloud presence in New Zealand.
NetSuite was chosen for this agreement after a thorough evaluation by Liberate I.T. that will now provide implementation and support services by leveraging its domain knowledge in IT, as well as best practices serving a wide range of businesses.
According to NetSuite, it was recognized by Liberate I.T. for solution maturity, cloud infrastructure, vertical functionality, flexible and powerful customization capabilities and client awareness. Commenting on the rationale of the decision to select NetSuite, Liberate I.T. said that it formed alliance with the company when it recognized a significant increase in demand for cloud solutions from local businesses in NZ. These businesses were searching for flexibility, speed and cost benefits of the cloud and Liberate I.T. decided to address their requirements by partnering with NetSuite.
“Having worked with some of the country’s most successful companies to understand their business requirements, we recognized the need for a more robust cloud-based ERP solution,” said Liberate I.T. director Nick Mulcahy. “We quickly realized that the depth of NetSuite’s solution combined with its development platform, configurability, and industry-specific functionality was clearly complementary to our technology practice.”
“NetSuite is an ideal fit for Liberate I.T.’s strategy towards enabling customers to focus on their core business,” said Mark Troselj, managing director for APAC at NetSuite. “Liberate I.T. consultants, using NetSuite, can work collaboratively with clients to create new business opportunities rather than being buried under the weight of traditional I.T. We are excited to support Liberate I.T.’s aggressive expansion into cloud computing.”
By Anuradha Shukla