E-Tech tracks Customers as they Continue to Migrate from NetSuite to Quickbooks
Leading file repair and conversion provider in Canada addresses the growing migration from NetSuite to Quickbooks among customers.
Brandon, MB – Leading file repair and conversion provider in Canada addresses the growing migration from NetSuite to Quickbooks among customers.
Since Netsuite's inception, E-Tech has been closely watching the company’s history of losses and with the company’s recent posting of their 4th quarter loss of $32.4m for a yearly loss of 124.7 million on $206.2 million in revenue , the file repair and data conversion services provider has seen an increase in customers switching from NetSuite to Quickbooks.
As a system geared towards medium-sized businesses, NetSuite has faced several issues making it less capable than large enterprises when it comes to dealing with complex and time-consuming integration of multiple point products from one or more vendors. Not only that, but due to the high customer acquisition costs customers simply are not renewing their services and are opting to switch to a more responsive, adaptable and more affordable accounting software that is Quickbooks.
“The number of small business customers converting from NetSuite to Quickbooks is increasing rapidly,” explains John Rocha, who is the CIO of QuickbooksRepairPro.com. “With the cost of NetSuite subscriptions steadily rising, many are switching to Quickbooks simply because of the lower prices and adaptable features.”
Currently, NetSuite’s 10-user implementation costs $8,000–$15,000 per year while Quickbooks 5-user license is prices at only $39.95 a month. Netsuite is highly dependent on the revenues outside the US, with 26% of its revenue being generated outside the US in 2013. However, since the NSA spying scandal became a global headline and talking point, foreign customers are increasingly concerned about entrusting a third-party vendor in the US to manage and store their data–leaving many to second guess operations and confidentiality.
Rocha adds, “Netsuite doesn’t seem to be doing well when it comes to handling small business customers, and they’re feeling abandoned.”
With a solid track record of success and a commitment to delivering superior customer service, Quickbooks is becoming the premiere full-service accounting system for both small and big businesses alike. E-Tech is continuing to see a steady number of migrations from NetSuite to Quickbooks in 2016.
Founded in 2001, E-Tech is the leading file repair, data recovery, and data conversion services provider in the United States and Canada. The company works to stay up to date on the latest technology news, reviews, and more for their customers.
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