ERP cloud provider, NetSuite, has appointed Mark Troselj as its new APAC managing director.
He will replace Chris Schafer, who will leave in December and will work at the vendor’s Canadian quarters.
Before taking the lead at NetSuite, Troselj previously worked for MasterSoft Systems as its general manager. His experience includes working at Dell, Sun Microsystems, SAP and Telstra.
The appointment coincides with the vendor’s launch of the latest version of its OneWorld cloud-based ERP solution. It is aimed at enabling global enterprise organisations to manage complex processes in the cloud.
Latest features include complex multi-subsidiary inventory management, support for local and country-specific tax codes, greater control of foreign currency amortisation and revaluation, an advanced user interface and Google Apps integration.
NetSuite partner, Online One, has also developed an ERP iPad application called oneScan. It gives wholesalers and distributors the ability to manage key business processes, gain real-time visibility into stock and inventory information and avoid common operator errors.
Visiting NetSuite CEO, Zach Nelson, said the channel played an important role in delivering cloud services through taking up an expertise position within their customer relationship.
The vendor claims it has 600 customers across A/NZ. Globally, 20 per cent of Netsuite’s business is indirect..
“New channel models have to emerge to deliver these cloud-based services to customers,” Nelson said. “Demand has created a great desire in the channel to work out these things.”