NetSuite offers ERP, CRM, financial, e-commerce, HR and inventory software products. The company was founded in 1998, went public in 2007, and is headquartered in San Mateo, California.
NetSuite CRM+ customers include CallidusCloud, Prudential Locations, Guitar Center Pro, and Accuvant.
|Employees (per LinkedIn):||3,127 (entire company)|
|Pricing:||$49 to $399 per month for 1 full user|
|Best Fit For:||
|Rating Attribute||NetSuite CRM+||# of Reviewers Contributing to Rating Average||CRM Category Average|
|Likelihood to recommend||5.2||13||7.9|
|Likelihood to renew||6.3||9||8.3|
|NetSuite CRM+ Pros||NetSuite CRM+ Cons|
NetSuite has strong accounting and enterprise resource planning features, making it a good solution for companies who want to tie all of their systems together.
The interface is not intuitive and is difficult to learn and navigate. In particular, the reporting system can be difficult to master.
With a robust set of features, NetSuite CRM+ can be customized to fit specific workflows or business processes.
While the support team can answer simple questions, responses to more complex problems are slow or unhelpful.
Users report glitches, slow processing speeds, and outages.
|Marketing and e-commerce
The marketing and e-commerce or shopping cart functionalities could be improved.
The software is expensive.
“I feel if we had had NetSuite Services do our implementation, we would have used much more of the out-of-box functionality and had Best Practices instituted sooner. I would not recommend an outside services provider for the initial implementation.”—
Sales Operations Manager at InEight Inc.
“If you don't have an experienced NetSuite Administrator or Consultant on-staff, plan on hiring one before you begin implementation…. Highly consider using a consultant for the implementation. Also be prepared to change your internal business processes to fit within NetSuite, as the opposite is much more difficult to maintain long-term.”—
at a company with 501-1000 employees
“Your company and its processes need to be completely and perfectly defined before going into any implementation process.”—
at a company with 11-50 employees
“Choosing NetSuite over other programs requires some thought. The main question to ask is, “what is your goal?” If you just want a case system and a way to track customers and leads, then Salesforce may be a better fit. If you want to incorporate all data from all departments, NetSuite is the only way to go.”—
at a company with 51-200 employees