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JCurve extends NetSuite agreement to target top end of town

JCurve extends NetSuite agreement to target top end of town

Expands rights to add mid-market and enterprise

JCurve CEO, Stephen Canning

JCurve CEO, Stephen Canning

ASX-listed reseller, JCurve Solutions (JCS), has signed a new solution provider partner agreement with NetSuite, extending its rights to include mid-market and enterprise in Australia and New Zealand.

JCurve Solutions had previously held the exclusive rights to the small business JCurve edition of NetSuite, for organisations with less than 20 employees.

JCurve Solutions CEO, Stephen Canning said, the new agreement would make the company one of the largest NetSuite partners across Australia and New Zealand, helping the company grow its customer base beyond the SME category.

“Our customer offerings continue to expand and strengthen," he said. "We have also signed a new partnership with Pepperi to give our customers access to an advanced B2B mobile sales platform, fully integrated with JCurve Cloud ERP.

Canning said the company now has 30 staff supporting the product in A/NZ and the new deal is part of a big push to add to its customer base.

“We have a passionate and experienced team and we are looking to continue our rapid growth by helping businesses of all sizes transform and grow using NetSuite.

"We are quite strong in wholesale distribution and so will be focused on that sector, but we will also be looking at the retail, professional services and manufacturing sectors to grow the business."

JCurve’s ERP customers include Emma & Toms, Audiofly, Feel Good Foods, The Olive Centre, Kleenmaid and Two Birds Brewing.

Canning said the company has also developed an implementation methodology to transition customers to the NetSuite platform.

JCurve Solutions was named a finalist in the ARN ICT Industry Awards in the categories for SMB Partner and Management Excellence, which are due to be announced on September 15 in Sydney.

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