NetSuite and Fujitsu to Bring SaaS ERP Suite to Mid-Market Companies in Japan

NetSuite Inc., a San Mateo, Calif.-based provider of cloud computing business software suites, announced that it has partnered with Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu Business Systems Ltd. (FJB) to distribute, resell and support NetSuite in Japan, enabling Japan

NetSuite Release J is Japan's first and only fully localized, software-as-a-service (SaaS) business management suite available to Japanese businesses to date, according to NetSuite.

"Partnering with NetSuite gives Fujitsu an immediate presence in the rapidly expanding cloud computing industry as well as a formidable cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) offering for small to mid-sized enterprises," NetSuite said. "Fujitsu's internal experts will specialize in promoting NetSuite to mid-market manufacturing companies, while Fujitsu Business Systems Ltd. (FJB) and its external partners focus on targeting SMEs in the industry-specific verticals such as services, wholesale and distribution."

According to the company, NetSuite Release J provides full support for Japanese accounting requirements, including Tegata (promissory note) payments, J-GAAP compliant financial statements and full Consumption Tax configuration capabilities.

"We are pleased and honored that Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu Business Systems have elected to offer NetSuite," said Zach Nelson, CEO of NetSuite. "Fujitsu and FJB's extensive experience and strong reputation will be instrumental in expanding the growth of SaaS in Japan, and NetSuite's stable and extensible enterprise platform will enable FJB's expert integrators and developers to create new, innovative solutions for their customers."


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