"Using SuiteBundler allowed us to build a common application on NetSuite, i-Seaports Management, which we expect should be attractive to over 8,500 deep-water seaports and 50,000 marinas around the world. Within NetSuite, we created custom dashboards for traffic management, security monitoring, communications coordination, financial control and ecommerce marketing to be used by seaports, their clients and security agencies around the world," said George Walters, CEO of EBS-RAD. "Of particular importance were the security capabilities we could build in. When the port clicks on the berth number, it can pop open the webcam to monitor the unloading process. All the security aspects of a port can be visually monitored -- entrances, warehouses, and critical assets such as oil and gas tanks. Clicking on a trade-partner port can pop-open the Automated Identification System (AIS) tracking ships via GIS for that port. NetSuite had the core global capabilities, including telephony, emailing, multi-language and multi-currency that seaports and their clients need for their operations and management -- and SuiteBundler allows us to readily deploy i-Seaports in a repeatable manner to all customers."
In the Franchises for Packaging and Shipping Materials Vertical:
Eco Box (http://www.ecobox.com), based in Austin, Texas, is the leading retailer and wholesaler of new and used moving boxes and shipping supplies. By leveraging the scalability and multi-organization capabilities of NetSuite, Eco Box plans to open 250 franchised stores across the U.S. within the next 5 years.
"NetSuite has allowed us to customize the business processes specific
to our shipping materials distribution franchise -- all written with
SuiteScript and SuiteTalk," said Dale Malone, President of Eco Box. "Our
industry solution shows when our trucks are going to deliver the boxes.
When a sal
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