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Posted by Craig Cook | Dec 20, 2018 11:09:00 AM

What does Oracle NetSuite cost?

If you're in the market for a new ERP system, one of the first questions that you might be asking yourself is "What does it cost?" As everything in life, there is an easy answer, and a more complex one.

In our latest blog post, we seek to provide you with both answers, and one more compelling question you should be asking yourself in the process - "What Is The Cost Of Not Switching To NetSuite?"

The easy answer is that NetSuite will typically cost at least $999 per month to license the core software, plus $99 per month per user. This pricing is just the baseline, and not the ideal way to determine your overall spend.

NetSuite serves many industries and has specific vertical solutions that bundle powerful add-ons to maximize the utility of the ERP for your business. The ideal way to get a complete understanding of the cost of NetSuite is to go through an official process to gather information about your company, and design the perfect NetSuite deployment for your specific needs.


However, we think the better question is:

"How much it will cost my company if we continue to delay migration away from on-premise legacy ERP systems to a cloud-based SaaS solution like Netsuite?"


The vast majority of companies can realize substantial savings with the onboarding of Oracle NetSuite. Consider the areas where NetSuite can enhance efficiency and minimize time spent on:

  • Accounts Receivable;
  • Accounts Payable;
  • General Ledger;
  • Purchasing;
  • Employee Center (Time and Expense Management);
  • Bank Management;
  • Credit Cards, ACH and EFT;
  • Item and Inventory Management;
  • Multi-Currency;
  • Multi-Language;
  • Order Management
  • and much more...

Save Time, Save Money!

Let’s look at the many ways NetSuite saves your enterprise money:

1. NetSuite is a cloud based ERP. This means that your enterprise gets automatic application upgrades, security patches and data backup. You will not need a team of IT people to manually upgrade and maintain NetSuite.

Instead, your company can re-direct the time and efforts of its IT department to focus on innovation and increasing company growth.

2. The substantial costs of a legacy, on-site ERP is replaced with a reasonable (some would say nominal) monthly licensing fee. The costs of a legacy ERP are legendary! Servers and other infrastructural devices are expensive to buy and a money pit to maintain. When - not if - your legacy IT systems fail, you are literally at the mercy of the IT department.

With NetSuite’s cloud based ERP, you write one monthly licensing fee check and focus the full resources of your employees to company growth.

3. The licensing fee you pay to NetSuite is accounted for as an Operating Expense, not a Capital Expenditure. The shift from CAPEX To OPEX means that you can write off Netsuite’s cost in the year that it is incurred and clear the depreciating long-term capital investment from your legacy IT infrastructure from the books.

4. As your company grows, NetSuite scales with you. Whether you need additional user licenses, a simple module a la carte addition, a pre-packaged bundle, or a customized solution, NetSuite will keep pace with your growing business requirements.

Compare all of that to the migraine of realizing that your company’s growth has maxed out the capacities of your legacy systems. It's clear that a migration from on-site, legacy ERP systems to the cloud-based SaaS leader NetSuite is a move that will save your business time, money and headaches!


If you would like to learn more about the cost of NetSuite for your specific business, please click the link below to request a FREE Software Evaluation from our NetSuite experts at Business Solution Partners.

Click here to schedule your free software consultation.

Written by Craig Cook

Craig Cook is the Chief Marketing Officer for Business Solution Partners, and the company's lead consultant for all things HubSpot. He enjoys working on complex Migration, Sales Enablement and Team Management projects for Enterprise level clients, and has been practicing Inbound for almost ten years. Craig is the co-leader of the Long Island HubSpot User Group and hosts the NY NetSuite and NY Adaptive user groups.

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