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NetSuite Commemorates Decade Of Partner Success In The NetSuite Solution Provider Program

Seven NetSuite Solution Providers Mark 10-Year Milestone and Celebrate Business Success in the Cloud

SAN MATEO, Calif., April 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- NetSuite Inc. (NYSE: N), the industry's leading provider of cloud-based financials / ERP software suites, today announced that seven solution providers have recently reached the 10-year mark as pioneer members of the NetSuite Solution Provider Partner Program. These partners have successfully capitalized on revenue opportunities in the cloud by building cloud practices, while helping their clients transform business operations and achieve their business visions with NetSuite. This milestone reflects the strong growth and maturation of NetSuite's award-winning channel partner program and the continued adoption of NetSuite's industry-leading cloud business management suite for ERP / financials, CRM, Ecommerce and professional services management across organizations in a wide variety of industries. In marking the occasion, NetSuite officials congratulated and thanked solution providers that have reached the 10-year milestone, including:

As NetSuite partners for the past decade, these seven firms have helped to pioneer cloud business management to transform business operations at thousands of small, mid-sized and enterprise organizations. These partners, along with the other members of the NetSuite Solution Provider Partner Program, have been instrumental in helping to drive NetSuite's strong growth, now numbering more than 16,000 customer companies and subsidiaries around the world, as well as helping to make cloud business management among the hottest IT and business trends over the past decade. Leading NetSuite solution providers have reported double- and triple-digit growth over the past several years, as more organizations upgrade from disparate, on-premise applications such as Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains), Sage and QuickBooks for the superior efficiency, visibility and scalability for business growth achievable in the NetSuite cloud. With vertical expertise and in-depth knowledge, these partners use the SuiteCloud platform to customize NetSuite to meet unique business requirements, helping to drive cloud computing momentum in such industries as manufacturing, software, wholesale distribution, Ecommerce, services and others, as well as in high-growth markets of Latin America and Asia.

The NetSuite Solution Provider Program is the industry's first cloud channel partner program and unites hundreds of channel partners and their cloud opportunities with industry-leading margins and incentives (NetSuite SP 100) to grow their businesses. As cloud computing has become one of the hottest business trends, with cloud ERP leading business demand, NetSuite has seen the ongoing migration of channel partners representing on-premise products like Sage and Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains to NetSuite's superior cloud business management suite. Designed to help solution providers transform their business model to fully capitalize on the revenue growth opportunity of the NetSuite cloud, the NetSuite Solution Provider Program delivers them unprecedented services that begin during recruitment and range from business planning, sales, marketing and PS enablement, to training and education. The NetSuite Solution Provider Program was named this year to CRN's 2013 Partner Program Guide with a 5-Star Partner rating for the third consecutive year, spearheaded by Craig West, who has won CRN's Channel Chief honor 5 years in a row.

"We're honored and gratified to commemorate our solution provider partners as they mark a decade of distinction in delivering transformative cloud solutions," said Craig West, Vice President of Americas Channel Sales at NetSuite. "We thank these solution providers for their collaborative efforts and execution of our shared vision. We look forward to advancing our partnerships even further."

The highlights achieved by these NetSuite Solution Provider Partners that have reached the 10-year Milestone and are celebrating their business success include:

Aminian Business Services

Founded in 1994, Aminian Business Services is one of the nation's first NetSuite Solution Provider Partners and represents NetSuite exclusively. Aminian's focused approach has enabled the firm to render technical expertise with ease, precision and cost efficiency. With hundreds of successful NetSuite implementations and strong accounting / ERP experience, Aminian is uniquely positioned to bring years of business process expertise and deep product knowledge to companies interested in the NetSuite application. "As a NetSuite partner for more than 10 years, we're confident that the greatest opportunities are still in front of us," said Mo Aminian, Managing Partner at Aminian Business Services. "The momentum and growth of cloud business management is nothing short of amazing, and it continues to grow."

Epiphany

Founded in 2002, Epiphany has provided NetSuite services and solutions to hundreds of companies using NetSuite locally and internationally. Epiphany's comprehensive portfolio of industry-specific business solutions allows companies to manage essential business processes while leveraging the power of the leading cloud-based ERP/financial management suite. Also a member of the SuiteCloud Developer Network, Epiphany offers add-on applications to enrich NetSuite in such areas as field service, job costing, grant management, human capital management, contracts and warranty management and more. "The highlight of our 10 years with NetSuite has to be the quantifiable business transformation that we've helped deliver to so many companies," said Brenda Brinkley, Epiphany CEO. "Over the past three years, NetSuite has helped to double our business annually. The cloud has leveled the playing field, putting enterprise-level capabilities in the hands of any company and fueling game-changing innovations."

Explore Consulting

Founded in 2001, Explore Consulting is dedicated to providing innovative and cost-effective solutions for cloud business management with a focus on selling, implementing, integrating and extending NetSuite for hundreds of customers around the world. Also a member of the SuiteCloud Developer Network, Explore offers add-ons in such areas as bi-directional integration between NetSuite and other platforms such as Amazon (SOA, FBA, and Webstore), Ecommerce extensions, native mobile applications and more. Explore Consulting is the largest NetSuite Solution Provider in the Northwestern U.S. and was named as 2011 NetSuite Partner of the Year, Americas. "The past 10 years has seen a steady evolution of NetSuite capabilities that are being embraced across a range of markets," said Steve Jones, Explore CEO. "NetSuite has emerged as the clear leader in cloud business management suites and is charting the future of ERP."

Today, more than 16,000 companies and subsidiaries depend on NetSuite to run complex, mission-critical business processes globally in the cloud. Since its inception in 1998, NetSuite has established itself as the leading provider of enterprise-class cloud ERP suites for divisions of large enterprises and mid-sized organizations seeking to upgrade their antiquated client/server ERP systems. NetSuite excels at streamlining business operations, as demonstrated by a recent Gartner study naming NetSuite as the fastest growing top 10 financial management systems vendor in the world. NetSuite continues its success in delivering the best cloud ERP/financial suites to businesses around the world, enabling them to lower IT costs significantly while increasing productivity, as the global adoption of the cloud accelerates.

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