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NetSuite IPO: Some Thoughts

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 11th 2006

Well, here’s a good analysis on Netsuite by Jason Wood: Netsuite Ponders IPO.

I wrote an earlier piece on Netsuite, and contrary to Jason’s point that Nestuite’s lack of Enterprise customer revenues is a negative, I think it is a positive.

You know by now, that I really believe in the SME opportunity. It’s a humongous untapped market opportunity, and I hope NetSuite gets it right, gets to focus on it, and make it happen in a big way.

Salesforce.com opened the floodgates for Saas and On-Demand business models.

I am hoping NetSuite opens up SME as a perfectly desirable market opportunity. It’s amazing what one big success does …

Right now, I am a bit sick of everyone chasing the already extremely crowded teen market. And to think that the teens have no direct spending power, whereas SME has HUGE direct spending power …!

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Sramana Mitra on Strategy » Blog Archive » 2006 Tech IPO Prospects & Market Outlook Thursday, April 13, 2006 at 6:23 PM PT

The entire on demand CRM space is focused on SMB. Enterprises have not adopted on demand CRM as of yet, and any company with success in the on demand CRM for the SMB is a winner.

Other companies to check out: Entellium and Salesboom.com

CRM Software Expert Monday, May 22, 2006 at 11:31 AM PT

Not true at all. Salesforce.com does a very significant enterprise business.

Sramana Mitra Monday, May 22, 2006 at 11:50 AM PT

Ellison’s Double Dip: a Conflict of Interest? No….

Matt Marshall at SiliconBeat is wondering whether Oracle CEO Larry Ellisons 60% ownership (*) in NetSuite, preparing for a $2B IPO represents a conflict of interest.I don’t think so.  Oracle dipped into the On-Demand market before,  it…

Zoli's Blog Tuesday, July 4, 2006 at 11:15 PM PT

Netsuite V’s Salesforce for enterprise?
Well I have been admin for both and the big suprise with Netsuite is the lack of a good sharing and security model.
Until the fix it, Netsuite is good only for the S end of SMB

KrishO Monday, November 6, 2006 at 8:54 PM PT