Back in the 90s, when Oracle was still rocking CeBIT (with a small 'e', back then), NetSuite was emerging as a pioneer in cloud computing. In 1998, NetSuite was the first company in the world to focus entirely on providing business applications over the Internet. Today, NetSuite offers cloud-based software packages for accounting, enterprise resource planning (ERP) and omni-channel trade that it claims are being used by more than 40,000 businesses, organizations and subsidiaries in over 100 countries.
About 18 months ago, Oracle finally took over NetSuite, the first cloud company. The seasoned developers of cloud-based business management software now operate under the name Oracle NetSuite, and they are picking up where they left off at CEBIT 2018 in Hall 17. One thing is certain - they are sure to play their part in making Europe's new Business Festival for Innovation and Digitization a great success. Among the intelligent solutions being exhibited by Oracle NetSuite are applications designed to effectively automate processes in customer relationship management (CRM) and human capital management (HCM). The US company also wants to show how it can use new local capacity and in-country teams to help its customers optimize the management of numerous branch offices with one standardized business platform. Ultimately, what Oracle NetSuite is offering its customers is nothing short of real-time global insight. If you want to see this "crystal ball 4.0" for yourself, the best place to be is Hannover.