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NetSuite and Informatica Partner to Deliver First Cloud Two-Tier ERP Solution for Global Enterprises

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. SAN MATEO, Calif. March 1, 2011 cloud financials ERP

Informatica’s Cloud integrates data processed by NetSuite OneWorld at the division or department level with on-premise systems, such as SAP R/3 and Oracle Applications at the enterprise level. This new solution is particularly well suited for multinational companies with multiple subsidiaries operating across diverse markets, and offering products and services through many different channels.

To compete globally, large enterprises strive to gain agility in pursuing new market opportunities while improving productivity and operational efficiency. Legacy, on-premise business systems often have proven to be too costly and too complex to support the required business agility. In contrast, with two-tier ERP, enterprises can set up new global divisions and subsidiaries quickly while still leveraging the existing investment in the company’s on-premise enterprise ERP solution.

With a two-tier ERP infrastructure, the existing SAP or Oracle system serves as the hub at the enterprise level and is augmented with more flexible and cost effective cloud ERP solutions, such as NetSuite OneWorld, at the subsidiary or divisional level. Informatica’s cloud data integration solution enables integration between the on-premise enterprise system and cloud divisional systems. Using Informatica cloud data integration for two-tier ERP, enterprises benefit by accelerated consolidation, real-time visibility into subsidiary performance, local flexibility and control. And, since NetSuite can be deployed far more rapidly than conventional on-premise ERP, enterprises can standardize systems and process in weeks or months instead of years.

"The approach offered by NetSuite and Informatica, pairing cloud services with enhanced integration, has significantly improved the success rates and ROI of two-tier cloud ERP strategies," says R. "Ray" Wang, principal analyst and CEO of Constellation Research.

Sohaib Abbasi

Zach Nelson

Connecting On-Premise ERP with NetSuite OneWorld

NetSuite OneWorld is the first and only cloud software system to deliver real-time global business management and financial consolidation to mid-sized companies with multinational and multi-subsidiary operations and divisions of large enterprises. It enables them to automate complex, mission-critical business processes in the cloud from ERP, to CRM, to Ecommerce. NetSuite OneWorld readily handles different currencies, taxation rules, and reporting requirements at a fraction of the cost of traditional on-premise ERP solutions.

The Informatica Platform enables the exchange of transactional and master data from NetSuite, including invoices, purchase orders, item fulfillments (shipments), journal entries, inventory adjustments, time entries and expense reports, and customer, employee, product and accounting structure information.

The combination of NetSuite and Informatica unites NetSuite OneWorld’s financial and operational data with the existing corporate ERP investment. Informatica’s unparalleled experience with enterprise data and transactional integration enables CIOs to rapidly integrate cloud with multiple on-premise investments, maintain and synchronize  key master data, such as customers and product information, while providing the tight, yet easy to maintain transactional integration necessary for any hub and spoke deployment.

The Informatica Platform delivers instant enterprise integration between NetSuite and SAP, Oracle, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft,, and a variety of other ERP systems, major databases and mainframes.

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SOURCE NetSuite Inc.

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