As it grew, OpenSymmetry, a management consulting and system integrator focused on sales performance management, knew it needed to reevaluate some of its processes and add new software to support it. Yet, when it began evaluating new systems, it found that integrating them with its existing FinancialForce solution would be problematic.
That’s why the 200-person company made the decision to move to NetSuite OneWorld for global financials and NetSuite OpenAir for PSA. It’s also replacing Salesforce.com with NetSuite CRM.
With plans to go live this year, OpenSymmetry will save hundreds of thousands of dollars a year in licensing fees for FinancialForce and Salesforce. Moreover, the 12-year-old company is confident that NetSuite’s fully integrated ERP, CRM and PSA software will provide superior visibility and control in financial reporting, resource utilization, and project and sales management amid strong double-digit annual growth in recent years.
In the video below OpenSymmetry leaders discuss how they made the decision to move from FinancialForce and Salesforce to NetSuite’s unified cloud-based ERP and PSA system to support their business across reporting, forecasting, resource utilization, planning, visibility, project delivery, customer service, and all other aspects of its bid-to-bill cycle.