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We are proud to announce that Sam Sanford has been promoted to Kraft Enterprise Systems’ director of service delivery where he will manage the firm’s NetSuite consulting team.
A cloud-based data warehouse can be a game-changer for businesses ready to extract data insights that help boost productivity, improve the customer experience, and control costs.
Learn how jewelry retailer, Uncommon James, used NetSuite to manage their rapid growth and how Kraft Enterprise System’s True Partner Approach helped them pull all the pieces of their ERP system together.
ASC 842 requires specialized solutions for any size organization. Spreadsheet-based solutions have difficulty capturing the complexity of these new standards. NetLease for NetSuite helps companies of any size or complexity that want to leave their spreadsheets for an easier option.
Perhaps the biggest lesson to come out of 2020 for businesses was the value of constantly assessing operating conditions and adjusting plans in response to changing market realities, but how do you take that knowledge to assess and reassess plans at any time.
Meet Glenn Hofmann, managing director with Kraft Enterprise Systems in Atlanta. Glenn reflects on his KES experience and looks froward to the future of ERP Systems and NetSuite.
Businesses have experienced seismic operational shifts over the past few years. Supply chain issues, talent shortages and demand fluctuations now look increasingly like ongoing, long-term challenges. In 2019, history was a reasonable indicator of future success. That’s no longer true, so how do you reimagine your KPIs?
In today’s world of supply chain constraints, inflation, and higher costs of funding, companies no longer can guess or make decisions based on “gut feeling”. You need hard data — available in real time — for informed insights and to ensure you are making valid decisions. This is where the “suite” in NetSuite comes into play.
While efficiency and improved customer satisfaction may have been on a “wish list” in the past, these factors are now crucial for businesses to survive and stay competitive in the new marketplace where customers have higher expectations and are demanding more from their business partnerships.