Closing the books at the end of a financial period is always a challenge. It’s arguably one of least enjoyable aspects of the job, with its uncomfortable blend of boredom and stress: You’re faced with a rigid procession of mundane tasks that pile up at the end of the month or quarter, and they need to be carried out by a strict deadline and with a high degree of accuracy. Read our log post and download our free ebook to learn how to close faster,
This is the message from leading online tech community MyBroadband this week, and we were delighted to see our very own customer Bramhope featured in the press and seen here in this video below. Learn how in order to scale up they had to move to the cloud in this 2 minute video.
It's taking longer and longer to reconcile financials at the end of the month. Your sales forecasts are based more on guesswork than solid figures. Your business is having trouble keeping up with its order volume and customer satisfaction is faltering as a result. You have no idea how much inventory you have in your warehouse, and it's a pain to find out. If this sounds like your business—or close to it—then it may be time to consider an ERP system.
So we recently turned 15. Luckily the teenage rage hasn't kicked in and we haven't killed each other yet! In fact quite the reverse. Things are going really well. We have just celebrated our 15 year anniversary as a trusted partner to NetSuite. And today, we have just been awarded 5 Star Status for the fifth year running from NetSuite. We are really really chuffed.
Just launched, BlueBridge One Data Surety SuiteApp extends NetSuite’s capabilities with a data verification solution that allows NetSuite customers to instantly verify key contact information inside the NetSuite platform, reducing data management errors and avoiding costs and effort associated with poor data management. The seamless integration of Data Surety SuiteApp provides NetSuite customers with a streamlined data verification process.
So our BlueBridge One South African Team recently won an award for the "fastest growing NetSuite Partner in EMEA”. It's a great achievement, the team worked hard and we are really proud.
But that's not why we are sharing this news with you. (Sure it's great to get some kudos, but you are busy people, running busy companies, why should you care if we win an award? Where's the value in that for you?).