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Netsuite vs Salesforce

In business, competition is fierce. For every business idea, there are always 1,000 people who have already thought of it. The difference, of course, is how a business executes it differently.

For CRMs and ERPs, the market is no different. It’s just as hostile and competitive as the next. This is why you’ll never hear us say that NetSuite is the best fit for ALL companies. There are way too many options out there for us to claim that. NetSuite is certainly designed to be customizable to any company, but that doesn’t mean it’s the right fit for you.

We get it.

This is why we want to make you aware of what’s available to you! Because it’s only by having all cards on the table that you’ll be able to make a more informed decision for your business. One that benefits your team, your business, and you.

In this blog, we’re talking all about the differences between NetSuite and Salesforce (another highly popular ERP turning heads in the industry!) So if you’re on the hunt for the perfect ERP, add this blog to your list of research!


The prime objective of both these platforms is to help you run your business with ease and efficiency. So you’ll find that they’ll both offer many similar things, such as accounting software, HR management, analytic reporting, and customer relationship management, to name a few. However, there are some things reviewers have long noted hold NetSuite above Salesforce, including:

Automated Fulfillment Features

With these features, you’re able to fulfill an order at the touch of a button. A quote has the ability to be converted into confirmed order and sent all the way down the line to fulfillment.

System Recommendations

NetSuite provides an innovative approach to system-generated recommendations based on buying patterns so that you can get ahead of the highs and lows of demand.

Preloaded Industry Standards

No business owner can be expected to know everything about everything but with pre-loaded industry standards, NetSuite can populate things like tax and shipping-rate calculations.

Mobile Access

This platform provides on-demand mobile access to your dashboard so you can see the inner workings of your business no matter where you are.

Marketing Automation

The built-in marketing automation allows you to create, track, and analyze your marketing campaign all under one hub.

Remember, these are just some of what NetSuite can do for you! Learn more about this platform here.


NetSuite is, of course, our favorite, but it doesn’t negate the fact that Salesforce is one of many industry leaders. With powerhouse brands like IBM and NBC utilizing this platform, here are some fan-favorite features of Salesforce:

Salesforce dashboard

This dashboard provides you with a fully comprehensive view of your customer’s past and current history. You’re able to see external and internal conversations along with computer-generated insights from social media.

Team social feed

In this social feed, everyone can chat about projects and stay up-to-date with each other’s progress by using @mentions.

AI technology

This built-in AI technology acts as a voice assistant and provides users with next-step recommendations at the moment. It also has the ability to provide users with daily briefings, updates, and much more.

Sales Tracking

With a sales tracking dashboard, SalesForce allows you to stay up-to-date on the performance of your sales representatives with leaderboards and team forecasts.

To learn more about features that SaleForce provides, take a look here.

Choosing the ERP that’s right for you all comes down to the current and future needs of your business. So before you make any decisions, make sure you know what those are! This investment is a smart one but only if it's done right!

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