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Eureka! - Leading UK Solution Provider Joins NetSuite Solution Provider Programme

Eureka Solutions to Offer NetSuite to Meet Increasing Demand for Cloud-Based Solutions

LONDON, Nov. 29, 2012­ /PRNewswire/ -- NetSuite Inc., (NYSE: N), the industry's leading provider of cloud-based financials / ERP software suites, today announced that Eureka Solutions, an award-winning business management software and consulting services firm, has joined the NetSuite Solution Provider Programme to deliver cloud-based business software to its customers in the UK and Ireland. Eureka, founded in 1996, supports businesses across a range of industries spanning retail, wholesale, professional services, IT and the charity sectors.

Eureka's traditional focus is on-premise Sage applications. The partnership with NetSuite enables Eureka to provide its growing prospect and customer base with a viable cloud computing offering to manage their growing businesses.  As part of the NetSuite Solution Provider Programme, Eureka can focus on selling, implementing and supporting NetSuite cloud ERP / financials, CRM, SuiteCommerce and supply chain solutions.

Having previously only worked with Sage, Eureka needed to extend its reach beyond on-premise applications; responding to an increasing customer demand for cloud-based business management solutions. By partnering with NetSuite, Eureka will be able to offer access to a single, integrated business management solution which provides businesses with a complete view of all operations within their company, while streamlining back-office functionality. Operating solely in the cloud, NetSuite's solution also enables businesses to benefit from lower overhead costs, while reducing IT hardware restrictions, removing version lock and upgrade hassles, and providing anywhere and anytime access for remote users, and with subscription-based pricing, it gives organisations greater flexibility over their IT systems to support rapid growth.   

"We've been helping businesses harness the right IT to operate more profitably for the last 16 years and have seen things change dramatically. Our customers are increasingly demanding things from their applications that only cloud computing can deliver," said Alistair Livingstone, Managing Director, Eureka Solutions. "Many businesses now expect solutions to be cloud-based and are looking for an established product which offers a fully integrated suite of business applications in the cloud. Listening to these business' requirements played a key role in our decision to partner with NetSuite."

There were a number of factors which led to Eureka choosing to partner with NetSuite including its extensive experience in the cloud computing industry, its long run of customer success stories, its prominent position within the market and the flexibility of its solutions. Livingstone continued: "The power of NetSuite's solution enables us to expand our customer base from small and mid-sized businesses to larger enterprises. What's more, the simplicity of its technology enables us to spend less time implementing the software and more time offering our customers added consultation and business value. An increasing number of customers are looking to NetSuite to avoid costly software updates and expensive on-premise hardware and software maintenance."

"Eureka's addition to the NetSuite Solution Provider Programme is yet another positive signal of the growing desire for cloud computing across the business community", said Paul Auffermann, Managing Director, NetSuite EMEA. "This partnership provides huge benefits for Eureka and NetSuite, as well as companies in the UK and Ireland who are keen to leverage the many advantages of cloud-based business software. Eureka is a respected software and services provider who has helped hundreds of businesses to innovate and grow. We are very happy to welcome Eureka to the cloud and believe it is the start of a strong and long-term relationship."

NetSuite Solution Provider Programme
Launched in 2002, the NetSuite Solution Provider Programme is the industry's first cloud channel partner programme and unites hundreds of channel partners and their cloud opportunities with industry-leading margins and incentives (NetSuite SP 100) to grow their businesses. Designed to help solution providers transform their business model to fully capitalise on the revenue growth opportunity of the NetSuite cloud, the NetSuite Solution Provider Programme delivers them unprecedented services that begin during recruitment and range from business planning, sales, marketing and PS enablement, to training and education. For more information about the program, visit http://www.netsuite.co.uk/portal/uk/partners/solutionprogram/main.shtml.

About Eureka Solutions
Eureka Solutions is a software company focused on enabling organisations to operate more profitably by ensuring they have the right information when they need it and where they need it. The company specialises in ERP solutions and supports businesses across the whole of the UK.

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