Cloud computing firm NetSuite has announced that Asper Solutions and CloudQwest have joined the NetSuite Solution Provider Program to meet increasing demand for cloud solutions across the Philippines.
These new partnerships add to an expanding network of value-added resellers (VARs) equipped to deliver NetSuite implementation and optimization for small, medium and large organizations in the Philippines.
“The movement to the cloud away from desktop applications, in-house servers and paper-based processes is rapidly accelerating across the Philippines,” said James Dantow, NetSuite VP for worldwide support and general manager for the Philippines.
“Asper Solutions and CloudQwest are both ideally positioned to help organizations reap the rewards of cloud business management and improve their business agility and performance.”
Cloud adoption is on the rise as Philippine businesses spanning a variety of industries, including in manufacturing, wholesale distribution, retail and ecommerce, food and hospitality and others, upgrade to the cloud from antiquated on-premise software and servers and paper-based processes.
The NetSuite PH edition is localized for the accounting rules, usage conventions and regulatory requirements of the Philippine market, including comprehensive support for Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) tax reporting requirements.
Global business management capabilities enable Philippine businesses to manage their domestic and global businesses in the cloud, whether they are locally headquartered or are a division of a larger, multinational enterprise.
CloudQwest Solutions, headquartered in Makati City, offers IT consulting, staff augmentation, training and software integration services to Philippine companies.
CloudQwest added NetSuite as the only cloud-based solution in its technology and consulting portfolio to meet the growing demand for cloud software solutions, as more Philippine organizations evaluate and adopt cloud business management technologies.
CloudQwest has developed custom localized NetSuite ERP modules, including payroll and human resources information system (HRIS), that could be of value to organizations in virtually every industry in the Philippines.
“Numerous Philippine organizations are evaluating cloud ERP as a cost-effective way of running mission-critical applications,” said Gem Que Yabut, managing director at CloudQwest.
“We are convinced of the power of NetSuite for Philippine organizations — it’s very powerful, easy to customize and easy to deploy. We can focus on providing application solutions instead of hardware integration and support, which uses valuable time and resources.”
Asper Solutions, based in Mandaluyong City, a solution provider with expertise in business process optimization and systems implementation, is expanding its practice to bring NetSuite’s cloud business management solution to the retail, distribution and manufacturing industries, leveraging NetSuite product strengths and built-in capabilities for those three verticals.
NetSuite can also be integrated to a hosted warehouse management system offered by Asper Solutions, helping companies improve their operational and logistics efficiency across the supply chain.
“Cloud ERP is the next big thing in business solutions,” said Francis Guzman, vice president at Asper Solutions. “With Philippine companies feeling the financial impact of on-premise solutions, customers are becoming more open to cloud ERP. Together with NetSuite, we are confident that Asper can be a beneficial partner to our customers in achieving their growth objectives.”