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NetSuite SRP—Catering to Both Service and Product Companies
At SuiteWorld 2014, NetSuite announced its new services resource planning (SRP) solution, which addresses all the needs of both services- and product- based

q bid penny auction  business processes by optimizing quotes and staffing, increasing staff utilization, and enabling agility.   IT services and consulting companies must improve resource utilization and project profitability through assigning talent efficiently, developing more accurate quotes, and identifying areas for margin improvement. In addition, with the added power of the SuiteCloud Development platform, NetSuite SRP customers can customize the application for industry- or business-specific workflows and

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