As the only Oracle NetSuite Partner delivering Suite Commerce in Store (POS) in the Australia New Zealand region, we’ve known the crucial role NetSuite’s SuiteCommerce InStore solution plays when implementing true omnichannel retail.
When International Data Corporation (IDC) – the premier global provider of market intelligence – released a report placing NetSuite squarely as the leader of omnichannel-enabled point of sale for small and midsize retail apparel and softlines, it came as little surprise to us. Here’s why.
A better shopping experience
SuiteCommerce InStore is packed with features that deliver enhanced shopping experiences. Think user-friendly touchscreen experiences, switching between cash or card transactions, and swift management of returns and exchanges.
One system to rule them all
SuiteCommerce InStore is more than just cloud POS. It comes natively integrated with Oracle NetSuite’s comprehensive cloud business platform. This means financials, customer relationship management, eCommerce and inventory/order management – it’s all managed on one single system.
SuiteCommerce InStore isn’t only suitable for retailers. This is a POS system that is making waves in industries including wholesale and distribution, manufacturing, financial services, education and software.
A bright future
This is a solution that is continually evolving. Oracle NetSuite got the ERP world buzzing in late April when they announced the arrival of the world’s first intelligent cloud suite. They’re busy integrating artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities across the entire NetSuite product portfolio. For users, this means you’ll soon have access to more strategic insights, enhanced communication opportunities and better business process automation.
While NetSuite continues to develop innovative technologies that set the expectation bar in a highly competitive industry, here at Annexa we’ll continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible for our customers.
Want to know more? Take a deep dive and explore NetSuite’s IDC report run down.