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tvONE ditches AccessGroup for NetSuite's cloud-based ERP platform

Christina Mercer | June 24, 2016
tvONE is currently implementing NetSuite software, aiming to be complete by August 2016

Audio and visual manufacturers tvONE is ditching its legacy system in favour of NetSuite's ERP and OneWorld software, with full integration to be complete by August this year.

CFO David Van Horn said that the NetSuite platforms will support growth globally and keep manufacturing costs down.

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"The best thing about NetSuite was the scalability and the cloud-based [infastructure] which is really important to us as we have operations across the world, three offices in the US and Europe," he told ComputerworldUK earlier this month.

"In fact, we have people in South America, China and Taiwan who we currently have no connection with. So it will allow us to grow and expand into that," he added.

OneWorld supports internal and external business operations with capabilities in managing multiple business units and subsidiaries. It supports global, real-time data insights and financial management for over 190 currencies, in over 160 countries.

While a registered US company, tvONE runs all research, development and manufacturing from the UK, having offices in both Margate, Kent and Maidenhead with operations across the world.

"The Maidenhead office which is our R&D centre, was opened in 2012. The centre was opened there because it's in the Tech Corridor in Maidenhead. So we built that operation up with the mindset that we needed to develop our products," said Van Horn.

Audio and visual manufacturers tvONE is ditching its legacy system in favour of NetSuite's ERP and OneWorld software, with full integration to be complete by August this year.

CFO David Van Horn said that the NetSuite platforms will support growth globally and keep manufacturing costs down.

"The best thing about NetSuite was the scalability and the cloud-based [infastructure] which is really important to us as we have operations across the world, three offices in the US and Europe," he told ComputerworldUK earlier this month.

"In fact, we have people in South America, China and Taiwan who we currently have no connection with. So it will allow us to grow and expand into that," he added.

OneWorld supports internal and external business operations with capabilities in managing multiple business units and subsidiaries. It supports global, real-time data insights and financial management for over 190 currencies, in over 160 countries.

While a registered US company, tvONE runs all research, development and manufacturing from the UK, having offices in both Margate, Kent and Maidenhead with operations across the world.

"The Maidenhead office which is our R&D centre, was opened in 2012. The centre was opened there because it's in the Tech Corridor in Maidenhead. So we built that operation up with the mindset that we needed to develop our products," said Van Horn.

Source: Computerworld UK  

 

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