NetSuite natively supports direct shipping integration with but UPS and FedEx, which allows users to print shipping labels for a wide variety of service levels for each carrier from within the NetSuite UI. To expand upon those capabilities, NetSuite also supports the integration of third-parting shipping platforms that connect to hundreds of other carriers, such as USPS, DHL, and even LTL and large freight transportation providers. These integrations allow for shipment information to be passed back into NetSuite automatically, however the standard functionality that converts UPS and FedEx tracking numbers into links does not work with any other carriers.
On Thursday, August 2nd, Evan Goldberg, the Founder of NetSuite and EVP of Development for Oracle NetSuite released the following video titled Today, Tomorrow, and the Next 20 Years for NetSuite.
Guest Post by Paul Seibert, E-Commerce Practice Director at SuiteCentric
The rapidly consolidating cellular telephone industry in the United States, and the primary service providers that form that industry, are in today’s marketplace faced with a number of pain point. These include but not limited to network congestion collapse, which exacerbates an increasing inability of the major cellular carriers to monetize packet traffic, along with unabated increases in P2P or peer-to-peer traffic, unlimited connectivity and Over-The-Top OTT content strategy.
Project Methodology is defined by the Project Management Institute as “a system of practices, techniques, procedures and rules used by those who work in a discipline.” Project methodology is full of fancy buzz words like sprints, scrum master and burndowns. It sounds complicated, but let’s breaks down what it really means and why it’s important for an organization and their clients.
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Any program (system, application, service, etc.) that has ever existed, big or small, was created with a purpose - to solve a problem. But, as your company grows, evolves, and adapts to industry changes, your needs change. And as your needs change, so do your problems.