Oracle NetSuite assists designer Jonathan Adler to expand globally

Oracle NetSuite for CIOsOracle NetSuite has assisted home furnishings designer Jonathan Adler to expand the number of its company-run retail stores from 18 to 26 and grow its webstore,

Jonathan Adler’s wholesale retail partners have grown from 500 to more than 1,000 across 30 countries, since going live on NetSuite OneWorld in July 2012.

NetSuite OneWorld has provided Jonathan Adler with financial consolidation across its U.S. and U.K. subsidiaries, and the ability to transact multiple currencies as SKU volume has soared from 12,000 to 33,000.

“NetSuite has taken us from guesswork to having real-time numbers and information in one location, and there’s no greater benefit than that. It has allowed us to grow and add new locations without ever pausing,” said Damen Seminero, Jonathan Adler CTO.

NetSuite OneWorld provides Jonathan Adler with a foundation for accounting, order management, inventory management and order processing – key elements in customer-centric omnichannel retail operations and B2B distribution.

NetSuite feeds catalog updates to Jonathan Adler’s ecommerce site, while the Bronto Marketing Platform triggers and delivers timely, personalized communications to customers and fans.

Jonathan Adler uses NetSuite OneWorld to set up new stores within hours. The earlier system took weeks of provisioning on-premise software and systems.

Oracle NetSuite also announced more product enhancements, more industry-specific features and functionality, a new data center, and more customer and partner wins.

“As one of the fastest growing financial management systems before it was acquired by Oracle, NetSuite has since been able to invest even more resources into our company, our product and our infrastructure to promote our customers’ success,” said Jim McGeever, executive vice president of Oracle NetSuite.

NetSuite said its new data center in the Chicago area will help support NetSuite customers around the globe. The new data center, thanks to the Oracle infrastructure, was up and running with live customers in just 18 weeks.

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