What is NetSuite Financial Planning?

NetSuite Financial Planning’s website describes it as: "Integrated Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting NetSuite Planning and Budgeting automates labor-intensive planning and budgeting processes and centralizes company financial and operational data, so finance teams can quickly and easily produce budgets and forecasts, model what-if scenarios and generate reports within one collaborative scalable solution. Finance teams are able to gain the needed control, collaboration, and visibility to their organizations financial and operational plans."

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Some frequently asked questions about NetSuite Financial Planning
  • Does NetSuite Financial Planning have: *Employee Performance Management? Nope.
    Automate tasks related to assessing and measuring employee performance, including annual performance reviews and goal planning
  • Does NetSuite Financial Planning have: Applicant Tracking? Nope.
    Track the status of job applications throughout the candidate pipeline
  • Does NetSuite Financial Planning have: Multi-Lingual Text Analysis? Nope.
    Analyze text in different languages
Founded

1977

Est. Annual Revenue

$10B+

Employees

100K+

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Evaluating NetSuite Financial Planning with Clearfind
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Evaluating NetSuite Financial Planning without Clearfind
1 - 12 months of research and meetings
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Comb through full software ecosystem and do many hours of research to understand each potential competitor.
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Put all competitors on a spreadsheet, and become an expert in the software category to compare the products.
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Add criteria to the spreadsheet through your research of what each product does, based on research.
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Score each product against criteria. Add new criteria as you research to score, go back and re-score each other product. Realize some are marketing jargon, remove and re-score products.
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Contact internal power users and product owners. Convince them to do a review with you and develop a process.
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Take in their criteria of why the teams have one product over the other. Do this for all products in comparison set.
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Compare your criteria and scoring to the teams reasoning for needing their software. Go back to the teams with clarifying questions.
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Realize some of the features they think are unique to their platform may be accommodated in the other platform.
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Demo the other platform to be sure, take screenshots. Reach out to the vendors of the software, have one meeting to tell them your process. Have another meeting to do a demo of the product functionality.
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Have a demo with the stakeholders to convince them they would be fine with the other product.
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Make the business case to go with the product you think is best. As you bring it around for approvals, add to it, update it.
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Transform the business case into a presentation, use this presentation to gather final approvals.

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