BlueWave Chooses SquareWorks as its NetSuite Implementation Partner
BlueWave Solar, who provides products for community solar and home solar residential loans, has chosen SquareWorks as the execution partner for its upcoming NetSuite implementation. SquareWorks is a NetSuite partner whose services include Support, Projects, and NetSuite Bundles.
With an aim to deliver a strong foundation on which the firm can increase its efficiencies and expand the business, BlueWave Solar has purchased NetSuite’s financial ERP suite. The company aspires to manage the unique complexities of their solar panel loan program with this new purchase. Also, NetSuite’s SuiteSuccess will also benefit BlueWave in financial services plan, which will place the system up using best practices within the industry.
BlueWave believes that working with an implementation partner would provide plenty of benefits to the success of the project. Commenting on those lines, Managing Director of Information Systems and Compliance, Tom Atkinson, says, “We are excited to be working with SquareWorks on this business-critical initiative. We are confident in SquareWorks’ experience and expertise to deliver a successful implementation. SquareWorks is now a partner in our mission to make solar available to everyone, everywhere.”
The new partnership will also see SquareWorks helping BlueWave through the whole project lifecycle. The company will use its expertise and passionate resources while implementing the responsibilities of system design, data migration, setup and configuration, and supporting the Go-Live process. Talking about the new venture, Bernardo Enciso, Managing Director of SquareWorks, states, “We are very excited to partner with BlueWave Solar. Our team is very passionate about delivering best-in-class NetSuite services, and we look forward to delivering the best possible NetSuite implementation experience as we bring BlueWave's financial systems and processes to the Cloud.”
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