What’s Next for Software Companies at SuiteWorld

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Posted by Kelly Scott, Software Industry Marketing Lead

It seems like every day something new is impacting the software industry. Whether it be new technology, new rules or new business models, it’s clear that the industry needs to understand what is coming next and how best to prepare. To meet that goal, this year’s SuiteWorld event in Las Vegas will specifically address all the new and next features that software companies can expect.

SuiteWorld has always had a very strong presence of software and tech companies given the strong relationship NetSuite has with the technology community and this year will be no different. The industry keynote, “Get to Next: What’s Coming for Software” will feature some of our incredible technology customers discussing how they navigated to the next stage of growth in their business. Nutanix will discuss their IPO and growth success, iCharts will discuss their successful move to SuiteSuccess and HortonWorks will walk us through the adoption of new regulatory standard, ASC 606.

In addition to highlighting some of the latest and greatest in areas like 606 and billing, we are lucky to be joined by Ron Gill, NetSuite’s former CFO, to talk about the upcoming changes bound to hit software companies as well as Prasadh Cadambi, Partner KPMG, on the new ASC 606 regulation. Cadambi, recently conducted a webinar discussing ASC 606 from an auditor’s perspective.

Aside from the keynote, SuiteWorld will feature the largest amount of sessions focused on finance leaders covering topics like multi-book, billing and revenue recognition specifically geared to software and technology companies. You will hear from NetSuite thought leaders and customers sharing real-life experiences, considerations and best practices to ease the transition to ASC 606.

This is a do not miss event for the technology industry, find more information at www.netsuitesuiteworld.com.

Register now for SuiteWorld.

Posted on Wed, April 12, 2017
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