Box and Oracle NetSuite today announced that Box has extended its integration with NetSuite to make it even easier for organizations to work faster, more collaboratively and securely with their connected content across both systems. The enhanced integration brings seamless and secured content collaboration powered by Box, directly into the NetSuite platform.
“The best way to drive productivity and create more efficient business processes is to deeply integrate the critical information and content you need across the applications you use every day. Leveraging NetSuite’s powerful SuiteCloud development platform, the enhanced integration makes it incredibly easy to find and interact with Box content right when and where you need it within NetSuite,” said Jeetu Patel, Chief Product Officer, Box. “Over 1,000 mutual customers already use NetSuite and Box and we’re excited to continue to grow and drive new value.”
The enhanced integration provides a new layer of visibility and control for admins through:
- Improved folder and permissions mapping and a new nested folder structure provides a more flexible and intuitive way to manage permissions on folder organization structure.
- Freedom from root parent folders provides the ability to associate any existing Box folder with a NetSuite record.
- New folder naming conventions enable Box folders to be directly mapped and named based on NetSuite records.
“Organizations are constantly looking for flexible solutions that allow their employees to work better, faster and more securely,” said Guido Haarmans, VP of the SuiteCloud Developer Network and Partner Programs, Oracle NetSuite. “With this enhanced, Built for NetSuite verified integration, Box is providing a customized experience that allows our customers to seamlessly access and collaborate on content while achieving higher levels of operational efficiency.”
Built for NetSuite is a program for NetSuite SuiteCloud Developer Network (SDN) partners, like Box. The program provides partners 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.
“As a trusted advisor in the evaluation, selection, implementation and support of cutting-edge technology services, we are seeing a rising need for flexible, secure, and interoperable IT systems that support the way businesses want to work today,” said John Harder, National Infrastructure Practice Lead, RSM. “And as the partner of choice for thousands of NetSuite users, we are excited to support a NetSuite and Box integration that enables businesses to interact with their content seamlessly and securely without ever leaving NetSuite. This integration allows them to streamline the way they collaborate and get work done more effectively.”
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