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SAN JOSE, Calif.,
May 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
NETSUITE SUITEWORLD 2013 -- NetSuite Inc. (NYSE: N), the industry's leading provider of
ERP software suites, today announced that
Australia's largest Mexican dining chain
Gomez has turned to NetSuite to support its rapid
Asia-Pacific expansion, including the planned opening of seven new restaurants in 2013.
Gomez switched from MYOB to NetSuite OneWorld to provide a complete cloud-based business management solution to better manage its financials, assets and core business processes—all with minimal in-house IT resources. NetSuite OneWorld provides multi-subsidiary support that allows
Gomez to manage its operations in real-time by consolidating financials, automating reporting, performing real-time cost of sales analytics and enforcing corporate governance standards in franchise operations in
Singapore and any new Asian market it enters. To learn more about NetSuite OneWorld, please visit
Founded in 2006,
Gomez (or GYG as the regulars call it) has grown from a single restaurant in Newtown, to 25 restaurants employing more than 900 people across
Australia, as well as eight franchise partners. It is planning to have 35 outlets including its first regional restaurant in
Singapore by the end of 2013.
Robert Hazan, co-founder of
Gomez, said, "To support our growth, we invested heavily in technology, especially our state of the art point-of-sale (POS), labor rostering software, entertainment systems and menu boards. But our most important tool, our financial systems, were well behind and struggling to cope with our rapid growth. It became increasingly painful to watch our finance team slave away at those systems, which became slower the bigger we grew."
Familiar with the scalability of NetSuite's cloud-based business management suite,
Guzman selected NetSuite OneWorld as a robust, enterprise-grade tool to provide a single, consolidated view of its subsidiaries and support its future expansion plans.
"While we might not be classified as an enterprise-size business just yet, we plan to be," Mr. Hazan added. "We know NetSuite can keep up with our future growth plans and scale with us no matter how big we grow."