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Netsuite and m-hance Join Hands for New Highcloud Solutions

By CIOReview | Friday, February 5, 2016

FREMONT, CA: NetSuite Inc. (NYSE: N), the industry’s leading provider of cloud-based financials /ERP and omnichannel commerce software suites scored a significant channel win when they signed UK-based m-hance, an award-winning Microsoft Dynamics partner.

This partnership will result in m-hance adding NetSuite to its existing portfolios including Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Dynamics CRM to provide a cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) option for its customers. NetSuite will be marketed under ‘HighCloud Solutions’- a new division specifically created for m-hance’s cloud ERP practice. This will also enable m-hance to make a mark in the in the cloud ERP market.

Under the collaboration, m-hance will provide full implementation, support, customization, integration and training services to mid-market clients in the wholesale distribution, manufacturing, professional services, retail, financial services, media and publishing, and not-for-profit industries.

Customers of HighCloud Solutions will be able to run major business processes such as finance and accounting, ecommerce, HR, CRM and project and resource management from a single, unified cloud platform—NetSuite Cloud. With the implementation of NetSuite, customers can expect to reduce local IT hardware demands, gain real-time business visibility of their organization and improve operational costs, efficiencies, and productivity.

“It is imperative that we offer our customers and our prospects a ‘true cloud’ solution,” says Stephen Driscoll, CEO of m-hance. “The creation of HighCloud Solutions will allow us to meet that objective. Our highly experienced team, combined with the industry’s number one cloud product will create a market-leading solution,” he adds.

NetSuite’s partner base comprises Solution Providers—VARs like m-hance—and an Independent Software Vendor (ISV) called SuiteCloud Developer Network partners. Latest figures put the company’s global indirect sales at 37 percent of its business, with the firm claiming it intends to grow this figure.