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Since appearing on BBC's Dragon's Den in 2006, Trunki has grown exponentially, supplying leading retailers such as
John Lewis, Argos and Sainsbury's, and shipping products to more than 97 countries worldwide. The move to NetSuite's cloud-based solutions is integral to Trunki's ambitious expansion strategy. It relies on NetSuite for financials, order management, inventory management and demand planning. It is also taking advantage of NetSuite SuiteCommerce to expand Trunki's sales channels to B2B and B2C.
SuiteCommerce addresses key omnichannel challenges and delivers critical business advantages, including a 360-degree view into customer relationships, real-time data visibility and analytics, real-time inventory management, a dynamic web storefront, efficient order management, and multi-language and multi-website management. It allows one instance to support multiple websites across B2C and B2B business customers and national boundaries.
"Managing our many retail relationships and orders via
Sage Line 50 was a challenge, particularly once we'd added a second warehouse and moved production over to our own factory in the UK. Sage's technology simply wasn't built to cope with this level of complexity, causing all sorts of issues," said
Phil Bagnall, Head of Operations, Trunki. "After careful consideration, we chose NetSuite over SAP Business One and
Sage Line 200 for its cloud-based architecture, agility, flexibility and customisation capabilities. NetSuite enables us to manage all of our international activity and we expect it to play a key role in our expansion into America in the next 18 months. NetSuite gives all staff across every department access to real-time business data wherever they are, which has made us substantially more agile. In a nutshell, NetSuite underpins our entire business and it's exactly what we needed to take Trunki to the next level."
"Every company deserves to have powerful business applications that enable growth and take full advantage of the Internet and the latest web technologies," said NetSuite's President of EMEA and Executive Vice President of Verticals,
Peter Daffern. "We're thrilled that an ambitious Sage customer like Trunki has made the leap into the cloud with NetSuite. We're already helping them to run the business more efficiently across every department, achieve impressive growth targets and focus their sights on international expansion."
About SuiteCommerce NetSuite SuiteCommerce enables B2C and B2B merchants, manufacturers and distributors to seamlessly connect every step of a multi-channel, multi-location business—from Ecommerce, POS and order management to merchandising, marketing, inventory, financials and customer support. Featuring an advanced Webstore that allows the creation of uniquely branded and personalised shopping experiences optimised for multiple devices, SuiteCommerce empowers businesses to run across multiple touchpoints—web, brick-and-mortar stores, social, mobile—all from a single, unified cloud-based commerce system that provides unprecedented visibility into your business and customers. Please visit
www.suitecommerce.com for more information.
Today, more than 16,000 companies and subsidiaries depend on NetSuite to run complex, mission–critical business processes globally in the cloud. Since its inception in 1998, NetSuite has established itself as the leading provider of enterprise–class cloud financials/ERP suites for divisions of large enterprises and mid-sized organizations seeking to upgrade their antiquated client/server ERP systems. NetSuite excels at streamlining business operations as demonstrated in a recent Gartner study naming NetSuite as the fastest growing financial management software vendor on a global basis. NetSuite continues its success in delivering the best cloud ERP/financials suites to businesses around the world, enabling them to lower IT costs significantly while increasing productivity, as the global adoption of the cloud is accelerating.