We love the NetSuite connection. We're using it to make income statement reconciliations and quickly find and reconcile any variances so that I can focus on the most important nuggets of data. And at the end of each quarter, we import actual costs from NetSuite and give our board a complete corporate performance report.
Dan Bradford, Vice President of Finance, Hortonworks
NetSuite is the primary source of accounting transactions and is the system of record for historical data. But what about managing future growth and improving performance? Companies shouldn't have to compromise and sacrifice the benefits of the cloud to do their budgeting, planning, and reporting.
Our easy, powerful, and fast software lets you get the best from enterprise resource planning and corporate performance management—all in the cloud. You can instantly drill through to a NetSuite transactional record from a Workday Adaptive Planning budget, model, report, or dashboard to see exactly where the data came from. Improve the transparency and reliability of your plans with version control.
You and your team should spend more time gaining strategic insights from analysing reports, instead of spending all your time building them. Drag-and-drop self-service reporting lets both novice and expert users visualise and track financial and operational performance using real-time data from NetSuite. Refresh reports with a single click. What used to take hours or days to produce now takes only minutes or even seconds.
Stop using outdated spreadsheets and wondering if you are working with the right numbers. It's hard to build trust with obsolete or uncertain data. Instead, easily build shared KPI dashboards so you can monitor financial progress together with your stakeholders.
The NetSuite connection with Workday Adaptive Planning is fast, reliable, and flexible. That means your data will always be fresh and available and will conform to the data standards you set.
The data connection is designed to be maintained and managed by you and your team without the need for IT to make adjustments. This frees up resources and lets you develop a more active planning process that is more agile and less static.
We’ve switched from thinking about planning once a year to planning on a continuous basis, so we can tell where we are and where we’re going.
Thom Keyes, Director of Financial Planning and Analysis, HireVue