NetSuite Implementation Consultant

The Role of the NetSuite Implementation Consultant

Why Do You Need a NetSuite Implementation Consultant?

Up and down the UK more businesses than ever are choosing NetSuite to be their ERP solution. As part of their drive to make this successful, each business needs a NetSuite implementation consultant – but why do they need one, and what can they do?

Why Do You Need a NetSuite Implementation Consultant?

Famously, NetSuite was the first cloud-based ERP software solution on the market. This was the start of the system’s reputation for customisability and state-of-the-art support.

However, you can’t get that kind of customisability without needing everything set up correctly, in line with your business’ existing workflows and in a way that people will actually use it.

Once that’s done, NetSuite will streamline a lot of different processes across your business. Direct API connections and use of the same databases will reduce the risk of manual error in data collection. And every other benefit of NetSuite will become available. But first, the hard work needs to be done.

That’s where a NetSuite implementation consultant is invaluable – not just for their skill with the system but their experience in planning and designing implementations before.

Many of these consultants have experience in converting and importing existing databases in a way that doesn’t create data confusion and in writing custom script for where there isn’t an existing API.

It’s no exaggeration to say that a good implementation consultant can be the difference between making a success of your move to NetSuite and a long-term expensive failure. It’s therefore vital that you find the right consultant for the role. What’s the best way to do this?

Speak to a specialist recruiter who knows their market. They know which candidates have worked in what roles, where their experience lies, and who’s currently available. After a conversation to ensure they understand what you’re looking for, they’ll reach out to candidates who would suit the role and discuss their skills, wants, and availability to confirm whether or not they’re a fit, both for the role and for your business culture.

Once we’ve pre-qualified a shortlist we’ll pass that forward for your review. On average, every three CVs we submit leads to a placement. We can therefore cut out almost all the time you’d be spending on recruitment so we can handle it for you.

Contact us if you have any questions or you want to get the process started.