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IN PICTURES: NetSuite Partner Event (+48 photos)

IN PICTURES: NetSuite Partner Event (+48 photos)

Hundreds of reseller partners converge on SuiteConnect in Sydney

Stylerunner co-founder, Julie Stevanja.

Stylerunner co-founder, Julie Stevanja.

NetSuite chief executive, Zach Nelson, has welcomed resellers and partners to the annual SuiteConnect conference at the Sheraton in Sydney.

Nelson examined how companies were harnessing the Cloud to innovate and transform operations in a keynote to guests.

NetSuite also unveiled new customers including Australia Post, Stylerunner and Battery World.

Partners on show included Fronde, Marketo, Piracle, JCurve, ReadSoft, Klugo, Field Aware, Viatek, Eway, SPS Commerce and Boomi.

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