NetSuite, TechSoup Global bring NetSuite cloud to nonprofits

NetSuite Inc. (NYSE: N) said it has partnered with TechSoup Global.

Currently, the partnership gives qualified nonprofits access to a donation of NetSuite´s powerful cloud-based management suite of applications on TechSoup.org through the NetSuite.org corporate citizenship program, enabling these organizations to conduct their mission-critical business operations like accounting, social impact reporting and nonprofit business processes unique to their organizations, as well as ERP, grants management, donor management and fundraising. In addition, the partnership can eventually make NetSuite available to organizations worldwide through the TechSoup Global Network of 52 partner organizations around the world.

NGOs across the globe have shown a clear desire for cloud-based technology, according to a 2012 TechSoup Global survey of more than 10,800 NGOs in 88 countries. The survey revealed that 90 percent of respondents worldwide reported using at least one cloud application, and 53 percent reported plans to move a “significant portion” of their IT to the cloud within the next three years. NetSuite is the first cloud-based financial solution to be available through TechSoup Global´s product philanthropy platform and TribeHR and LightCMS are the first cloud-based human capital management and content management systems respectively to be made available.

TechSoup Global is an international network of 52 partner NGOs in Africa, the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East. For over 25 years, it has leveraged technology to build NGO capacity towards solving problems in local communities and fostering global social change. Learn more at www.techsoupglobal.org or http://impactexplorer.techsoupglobal.org.

NetSuite.org is the corporate citizenship arm of NetSuite, leveraging the company´s assets to amplify the social impact of nonprofits and social enterprises around the world. Its website is at www.netsuite.org or on Twitter @NetSuiteOrg.

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