We performed a comparison between Infor M3 and NetSuite ERP based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out in this report how the two Activity Based Costing Software solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"The most valuable feature of this solution is the Infor GL tool that allows us to do our application support and development."
"It's very stable, and it handles all types of industrial and manufacturing businesses in very good ways. I've found it to be easy."
"Its ease of use is most valuable. Inquiries are transparent, and it shows good information on each screen. We don't have to go to 14 different screens to find out about one item, which is a big advantage."
"provides all modules, supply chain, HR - it's good for management."
"NetSuite ERP is good for a trading company that involves buying and selling."
"The most valuable aspect of NetSuite ERP is the multi-subsidiary portion, it is the strongest across all the other ERPs. If you want to do consolidations, it works a lot better than other tools."
"The most valuable feature in NetSuite ERP is the user interface."
"As NetSuite ERP is a cloud product, a valuable feature I found in it is the very friendly user interface. You can set up shortcuts within the applications for frequently used reports or navigation. You can also customize dashboards in NetSuite ERP. Another feature I found valuable in the solution is good reporting. It has many industry-standard reports focused on finance and inventory. I also like the seamless switching between production and test environments and that you can customize the environments within NetSuite ERP. For example, you can put banners on your test and production environments to differentiate or segregate the logins to prevent mistakes. The solution is pretty easy to use and navigate, and it's more of a lightweight software. I like that it's a cloud product, so work is done on the front end rather than the back end. There's also a community for NetSuite ERP where you can raise your queries and issues. You'll find other people sharing experiences about common issues so you can get quick fixes from the community."
"The project management aspect and the timesheets are valuable, especially for ensuring that our milestone billings are automated properly. From a manufacturing perspective, it is more to do with the entire management of the inventory, the overall finance, consolidation of books of accounts, and managing the profit and loss in a more effective manner."
"Every year, they release a new version."
"I have found there to be many features, such as manufacturing, accounting, financials, inventory, and purchasing."
"It's integrated into everything well so you can navigate and use it in a very simple way."
"Its initial setup was probably complex, but it is a very good system."
"Infor should create one product to handle the whole business. At present, they make ERP systems for each type of business, and then sell additional features. I would like to have one system handing all organizations or all the business in deep ways and not have to buy additional features."
"The solution is stable but not agile."
"The implementation could be simplified, it's complex."
"The solution is not user-friendly and it is complex to use."
"There is a lot of room for improvement. Multiple manufacturing features need to be updated on NetSuite. More functionalities need to be added. I think there are a lot of functionalities coming out for warehouse management systems and manufacturing automation via advanced manufacturing functionalities. I think they need to improve a little more on those aspects and make it easier on the scheduling aspect."
"If you do go through an implementor, you need to be careful that they are actual implementors and not just resellers."
"An area for improvement in NetSuite ERP is its accounting functionality because it has certain limitations. You can't maintain sub-ledgers or post accrued expenses in sub-ledger forms, so you'll need to post in journals. The pricing is another area that can be improved in NetSuite ERP because the pricing was lower when it wasn't part of Oracle, but after Oracle acquired Netsuite and NetSuite ERP was offered as a cloud service, the price went up."
"If they could provide more integration options to connect with different products, that would be ideal."
"The solution could be more stable."
"It would be great if they offered localization for Central America."
"The pricing is high."
Infor M3 offers ultimate flexibility in operations, technology, and scale. As a multi-site, multi-country, and multi-company solution, M3 empowers your organization to adapt to changing business needs. It provides flexibility in managing mixed-mode and complex environments, with the agility to make quick adjustments at any time. Written in Java, M3 also gives you platform independence and choice.
Infor M3 is ranked 7th in Activity Based Costing Software with 4 reviews while NetSuite ERP is ranked 6th in Activity Based Costing Software with 10 reviews. Infor M3 is rated 8.2, while NetSuite ERP is rated 7.4. The top reviewer of Infor M3 writes "It is easy to use, and it shows good information on each screen". On the other hand, the top reviewer of NetSuite ERP writes "Carries a broad range of applications, specifically in the field services area". Infor M3 is most compared with SAP ERP, Infor LN, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, SAP S/4HANA and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, whereas NetSuite ERP is most compared with SAP S/4HANA, Oracle ERP Cloud, Oracle E-Business Suite, SAP Business ByDesign and NetSuite OneWorld. See our Infor M3 vs. NetSuite ERP report.
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