Blu Coffee Distributors deploys NetSuite OneWorld to streamline business

Blu Coffee Distributors, a distributor of Italian coffee and equipment in the Philippines, has deployed NetSuite OneWorld to support its growth by streamlining its business processes.

Blu Coffee will rely on NetSuite OneWorld and eliminate the complexity created relying on QuickBooks and Excel as its business management system. Blu Coffee has selected NetSuite OneWorld over SAP Business One after evaluating different solutions.

Rolando Villanueva, Blu Coffee Distributors founder and CEO, said NetSuite enables Blu Coffee Distributors to manage an expanded footprint of four showrooms in Baguio City, Angeles City, Cebu City and Davao City, along with its headquarters and showroom in Quezon City.
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Blu Coffee Distributors has reduced time needed for monthly financial close by about 300 percent. The company has the insights needed to easily track expiration dates of perishable coffee beans.

Blu Coffee Distributors is implementing NetSuite SuiteCommerce to provide a B2B commerce portal that will allow customers to order products online. Blu Coffee Distributors worked with NetSuite Solution Provider PGE Solutions to implement its NetSuite solution.

Blu Coffee Distributors has upgraded to the NetSuite OneWorld global business management solution for two reasons. First, it lets Blu Coffee easily transact in the Euro and U.S. dollar with its international suppliers. Second, Panville Unique Distributors, which owns Blu Coffee Distributors, gas stations, and bagel distribution company, will start the deployment of NetSuite OneWorld.

Panville Unique Distributors will use NetSuite OneWorld to treat its multiple businesses as subsidiaries for seamless financial consolidation, supporting improved efficiency, visibility and continued growth.

“Companies like Blu Coffee Distributors that identify an opportunity and move quickly to capture the market are increasingly turning to NetSuite to support that growth,” said Hazel del Rosario-Lee, managing director, Oracle NetSuite Philippines.

Meanwhile, Oracle NetSuite announced that BPM LLP, one of the largest California-based public accounting and advisory firms, has joined the NetSuite Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) Program and Solution Provider Program.

Bryan Rhody, director of BPM’s Technology Solutions Practice, said: “We wanted to partner with a cloud ERP solution that gives us the flexibility to deliver rapid implementations and agile solutions that scale as our clients grow.”