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NetSuite announces new channel partners seeking to drive growth with cloud ERP

28 Jun 17

Cloud-based ERP and commerce software provider Oracle Netsuite today announced the addition of new partners to the NetSuite Solution Provider Program including Cherry Bekaert, Terillium, Revolution Group and Conexus SG.

All four partners have launched new cloud ERP practices with NetSuite to help clients capitalise on the transformative power of cloud ERP.

These new partners are responding to high demand for cloud ERP that can deliver greater agility and scalability for growth without the costly overhead and limitations of on-premise systems.

At the same time, the partners are taking advantage of the opportunity to diversify and grow their business while benefiting with the high margins and recurring revenue offered through the NetSuite Solution Provider Program.

Launched in 2002, the NetSuite Solution Provider Program is the industry’s leading cloud channel partner program.

A top choice for partners who are building new cloud ERP practices or for those expanding their existing practice to meet the demand for cloud ERP, NetSuite enables partners to transform their business model to fully capitalise on the revenue growth opportunity of the cloud.

The NetSuite Solution Provider Program delivers benefits ranging from business planning, sales, marketing and professional services enablement, to training and education.

“These new partners are teaming with NetSuite as the global migration to the cloud continues to accelerate,” says Oracle NetSuite global business unit channel sales vice president Craig West.

“We look forward to helping customers modernise and transform how business is done through these collaborative and mutually beneficial relationships.”

Cherry Bekaert

Cherry Bekaert is one of the 25 largest CPA firms in the US with more than 1,000 associates, has launched a new ERP consulting practice to offer NetSuite to businesses in software and technology, manufacturing, distribution, private equity, transportation and logistics, nonprofit, financial services and other industries.

By joining forces with NetSuite, Cherry Bekaert’s new Cloud Solutions practice will equip clients for improved efficiency and productivity in financial operations; compliance with revenue recognition, tax and reporting requirements; and real-time visibility into consolidated financial results.

“The demand for cloud solutions is surging among our middle-market client base, particularly in technology, health and life sciences, and industrial, the sectors that make up our practice,” says Cherry Bekaert’s cloud solutions practice managing director Paul Doucet.

“NetSuite’s integrated applications provide a dynamic cloud solution with deep expertise in our core industry segments.”   


Terillium has been a Platinum level member in the Oracle PartnerNetwork since 2006 and is a 12-time recipient of Oracle Excellence Awards.

It's expanding its Oracle technology offerings as a new NetSuite Solution Provider serving clients in the small and midmarket manufacturing, distribution and services sectors.

With Oracle’s acquisition of NetSuite complete last November, allying with NetSuite was a “natural fit” that enables Terillium to offer organisations NetSuite’s agile, scalable and unified platform, according to Terillium vice president Steve May.

Terillium leverages deep expertise gained in delivering solutions to more than 500 businesses to meet rising demand for cloud ERP, CRM and B2B ecommerce with a complete NetSuite services offering for implementation, customisation, integration and ongoing optimisation.

Revolution Group

Revolution Group is expanding their cloud ERP practice with NetSuite to meet growing demand among its manufacturing, distribution and professional services clients and prospects for cloud ERP.

Revolution Group will also leverage its development team and the SuiteCloud development platform for “last mile” customisations and optimisations that help clients continuously innovate and grow with NetSuite.

“We see NetSuite as a very scalable, flexible and growth-oriented platform to meet our customers’ business requirements,” says Revolution Group CEO Rick Snide.

Conexus SG

Conexus SG has joined the NetSuite Solution Provider programme to offer their first cloud ERP offering and expand beyond its traditional focus of on-premise Microsoft Dynamics GP, SL, CRM and related solutions.

The move addresses increased demand for NetSuite cloud solutions, among Conexus SG’s clients and prospects in the oil and gas, manufacturing, distribution, healthcare, restaurant and services industries in the Texas and Oklahoma region.

“NetSuite is an ideal fit for fast-growing companies because it doesn’t require infrastructure, it’s fast to implement, and it’s scalable for growth,” says Conexus SG managing director Eric Holleman. 

"We’re delighted to team up with NetSuite to offer clients greater choice and flexibility."

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