Exafort, Inc. Joins NetSuite Solution Provider Program
April 12, 2012 --
Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) April 12, 2012
Exafort, Inc., a fast growing cloud technology services company, today announced that it has partnered with NetSuite Inc., the industrys leading provider of cloud-based financials / ERP software suites. This partnership expands Exaforts cloud services to enterprises looking to leverage cloud-based business management suites to run their core business processes, such as Procure to Pay, Order to Cash, Financial Management, Real-time Inventory Management, Customer Service Management, Marketing Automation, Mobile, CRM Analytics, Webstore management and B2B Ecommerce. NetSuite is the perfect fit for companies looking to reduce operational IT risks, while improving user service levels and quality and improving operational efficiencies. Additionally, NetSuite allows for rapid deployment, and faster time to market than on-premise solutions. Exafort was formed to help enterprises create business value through next generation technologies including cloud computing, mobile, social and analytics. The firm is focused on providing cloud-based solutions to clients in the high-tech and software industries, with the goal of offering the most cutting edge technical solutions. Exafort delivers the flexibility and agility innovative companies require for growth, while significantly reducing IT costs resulting from outdated and costly on-premise systems. Exafort can sell, implement, customize, integrate, and extend NetSuite cloud solutions, while expanding NetSuites customer base across the high-tech and software verticals Exafort targets. We can deliver the skills and experience to successfully migrate clients from traditional on-premise client/server models to the cloud with NetSuite, said Arun Kanchi, CEO of Exafort. The NetSuite software suite allows companies to manage core business operations using a single system, allowing enterprises to free themselves from the constraints of the on-premise model, where up-front investments in infrastructure are required to pursue technological solutions to business problems. "Exafort expanding their portfolio to deliver the benefits of the NetSuite cloud-based business management solution to their clients aligns with the demand that we have seen in the industry for cloud solutions," said Craig West, NetSuite Vice President of Channel Sales. "The NetSuite-Exafort partnership can help expand NetSuites reach to meet the growing demands and need for cloud solutions, and enable customers to achieve stronger business outcomes faster." Exafort has extensive experience in implementations, integrations and customizations of cloud-based SaaS solutions. As a Solution Provider Partner for NetSuite, Exafort offers the following services: NetSuite Evaluation & Sales
About Exafort, Inc. Exafort provides professional services to help institutions harness the potential of new generation Cloud, Mobile, BI and Enterprise 2.0 technologies. Exafort helps clients attain effectiveness, enhance efficiency, get end-to-end visibility, accelerate innovation and rapidly adapt to constantly changing business landscape. The team has deep domain, cross-functional expertise to handle the most complex deployments with utmost ease, delivering high value and services to customers ranging from privately held mid-market companies to Fortune 500 firms. Headquartered in Santa Clara, US, Exafort has offices in U.S. and India. This mix of onshore and offshore expertise offers cost effective, comprehensive service, as well as follow-the-sun support for its clients. For more information about the company please visit http://www.exafort.com.
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