We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The most valuable feature is the user experience, where you can create your own queries, it sends you alerts, and it's very flexible."
"It is highly configurable. You have a choice in terms of how you want to run it. You can run it in your own data center, in a private cloud, or in a public cloud. The choice is really up to the customer."
"The interface is very user-friendly."
"I have found the solutions best features to be financial procurement, inventory, and manufacturing."
"We did not have any problems with the scalability of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne."
"The solution is very customizable according to business needs."
"The most valuable feature is that it works according to how the Internet works."
"NetSuite ERP is good for a trading company that involves buying and selling."
"The most valuable feature in NetSuite ERP is the user interface."
"I have found there to be many features, such as manufacturing, accounting, financials, inventory, and purchasing."
"I would say that the solution is highly configurable."
"It's integrated into everything well so you can navigate and use it in a very simple way."
"The project management aspect and the timesheets are valuable, especially for ensuring that our milestone billings are automated properly. From a manufacturing perspective, it is more to do with the entire management of the inventory, the overall finance, consolidation of books of accounts, and managing the profit and loss in a more effective manner."
"The user interface is very good."
"Financial side could be expanded by bringing in things like the IMS."
"The solution could be easier to implement. However, the complexity was in our internal processes meeting our country's requirements. Every country has a slightly different process, taxation, and rules. That was the difficult part, not the solution itself. I expect our experience would have been more or less the same with any ERP, such as SAP, Navision, or Dynamics."
"I would like to see the HR features enhanced with respect to localization for South Africa and other countries."
"We originally used EnterpriseOne for preventative maintenance, but it is not very good at that so we migrated to Maximo for that task."
"The flexibility of workflows and multi-industry implementation support should be improved."
"They have been improving it every day, but it could have more automation."
"The solution could be more stable."
"Some of the features around the payroll and payroll taxes and management of that are lacking. We had to outsource some of that because we found that the functionality isn't there."
"If you do go through an implementor, you need to be careful that they are actual implementors and not just resellers."
"It would be great if they offered localization for Central America."
"In terms of the main improvement to NetSuite is the talent itself. It's grown so fast and there are about 25,000 companies running on it, and it's a relatively newer system compared to other competitors. It's growing so fast that the talent base in the partner organization (there's about 200 of them), is pretty thin."
"The solution is not user-friendly and it is complex to use."
"What needs to be improved is the development in the other areas and other businesses that can use NetSuite."
"There is a lot of room for improvement. Multiple manufacturing features need to be updated on NetSuite. More functionalities need to be added. I think there are a lot of functionalities coming out for warehouse management systems and manufacturing automation via advanced manufacturing functionalities. I think they need to improve a little more on those aspects and make it easier on the scheduling aspect."
"There is an annual license for this solution."
"It depends on the number of users and the modules that you want to buy. It is licensed on a perpetual license basis. You buy the license costs upfront, and then there is maintenance for support that you pay every year, which is typically about 20%."
"The licensing is for mid-market businesses, where it is cheaper than Oracle Cloud, EBS, or SAP."
"The price of the solution is not cheap. However, it is priced average amongst competitors."
"It is completely on a subscription basis. We pay yearly and, and you do not have to do anything on a monthly basis. Prices depend on the organization's scale and all those things, but they are doing a good job with the pricing."
"The price of the solution is quite high."
"When people buy ERP, it's a competitive situation and the pricing is paramount."
"There is an annual license required to use this solution."
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is ranked 3rd in Activity Based Costing Software with 6 reviews while NetSuite ERP is ranked 4th in Activity Based Costing Software with 8 reviews. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is rated 8.6, while NetSuite ERP is rated 7.8. The top reviewer of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne writes "User-friendly, flexible and easy to customize, and offers good support for different industries". On the other hand, the top reviewer of NetSuite ERP writes "Carries a broad range of applications, specifically in the field services area". JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is most compared with Oracle E-Business Suite, JD Edwards World, SAP ERP, Oracle ERP Cloud and Microsoft Dynamics AX, whereas NetSuite ERP is most compared with Oracle ERP Cloud, SAP S4HANA, Oracle E-Business Suite, SAP S4HANA Cloud and SAP Business ByDesign. See our JD Edwards EnterpriseOne vs. NetSuite ERP report.
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