NetSuite is developing a cloud platform that offers enterprises enterprise resource planning and e-commerce services.
NetSuite is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California. NetSuite has been a subsidiary of Oracle Corp since July 2016. NetSuite IPO yields $ 161.2 million NetSuite acquired 6 companies, the last of which is IQity Solutions for an unknown amount in February 2016. As of February 2020, NetSuite had 25.7 thousand Facebook fans and 544.9 thousand Twitter followers.
NetSuite’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
Netsuite top competitors include: Epicor, Intuit, Microsoft, SAP, Sage, Salesforce, Workday, Infor, Zoho and Odoo.
Together they raised more than 7.2 billion. Of their approximately 370.8 thousand employees. NetSuite’s revenue is 8th among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 18.7B. NetSuite employs 4,603 people and is ranked 9th among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 29,935.
- Website: netsuite.com
- Social Media Links: Twitter Facebook LinkedIn
- Founded: 1998
- Est. Annual Revenue: $884.6M
- Est. Employees: 4,603
- Headquarters: 500 Oracle Parkway Redwood Shores, California 94065
Epicor is considered one of the main competitors of NetSuite. Epicor was founded in 1972, with headquarters in Austin, Texas. Epicor is an IT service provider. Epicor generates $ 7.8 million less revenue than NetSuite.
Intuit is NetSuite’s main competitor. Intuit was founded in 1983, and its headquarters is in Mountain View, California. Like NetSuite, Intuit also works in the system software industry. Intuit employs 4,082 people more than NetSuite.
Microsoft is a competitor to NetSuite No. 3. Microsoft was founded in Redmond, Washington, in 1975. Like NetSuite, Microsoft also works in the field of Internet software. Compared to NetSuite, Microsoft is generating $ 137.8 billion more in revenue.