NetSuite to target SAP and Oracle

by Rachael Singh

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14 Apr 2009

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Netsuite, the web-based technology company, is to target larger SAP and Oracle customers in a bid to outgrow its small to medium sized customer base.

The strategy was leaked by a source close to the NetSuite offerings, Reuters reported, with analysts speculating that technology managers will be looking at the company's software as a service offerings as a cheaper alternative to installing SAP or Oracle systems.

A spokeswoman for NetSuite declined to comment on the new programmes dubbed 'SuiteCloud Connect.'

It is understood that NetSuite developed the new software using tools such as application programme interfaces which are already building into the SAP and Oracle programs allowing for easier data integration.

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