Global payments provider Veem’s SuiteApp has achieved ‘Built for NetSuite’ status.
Used by more than 40,000 businesses, Veem SuiteApp, built using Oracle NetSuite’sSuiteCloud platform, allows customers to send transfers to more than 60 countries from within NetSuite.
“Built for NetSuite is a program for NetSuite SuiteCloud Developer Network (SDN) partners that provide them with information, resources and a method to help them verify that their applications and integrations, built using the NetSuite SuiteCloud Computing Platform, meet NetSuite’s standards and best practices,” the companies said in a statement. “The Built for NetSuite program is designed to give NetSuite customers additional confidence that SuiteApps have been built to meet these standards.
“This integration is a big thing for Veem,” co-founder and CEO Marwan Forzley. “It’s part of a trend and a continuation of our work with Zero and QuickBooks.”
Mr. Forzley said adding such capability into existing workflows provides the user experience companies should expect and is along the lines of what Uber and Airbnb provides their users. It took longer to develop such systems for business environments because their operating systems are much more sophisticated.
“We’re excited to offer NetSuite users hassle-free global payments with the new ‘Built for NetSuite’ Veem SuiteApp,” said Guido Haarmans, VP SDN & Partner Programs at Oracle NetSuite. “The new SuiteApp offers customers a platform to streamline global payments, seamlessly integrated with their ERP. We’re delighted to welcome Veem global payments into the NetSuite fold.”
“I am really excited by the Veem integration with NetSuite,” said Jeremy West, CFO of Market Fleet, a California based e-commerce company. “We have already saved significant time and money using the Veem payment network to pay our suppliers. We can now pay bills straight out of NetSuite and eliminate double entries and reconciliation work.”
“We’re shaping an important trend in the market and that is creating a beautiful user experience,” Mr. Forzley added. “When payments are invisible they are beautiful.”
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