Netsuite uses Ajax to grease wheels of business software suite

Mid-market enterprise software supplier Netsuite has released a major update to its suite of products with Netsuite version 10.6. It says the update will significantly speed up application and data access for the end user.

Mid-market enterprise software supplier Netsuite has released a major update to its suite of products with Netsuite version 10.6. It says the update will significantly speed up application and data access for the end user.

Users access the sales, enterprise resource planning (ERP) and e-commerce applications suite through a web browser, with the software hosted by Netsuite.

The software now has broader support for Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript and Extensible Markup Language), which means that web pages can update immediately in response to user actions without pages having to completely reload.

"It's a huge performance issue," said NetSuite chief executive Zach Nelson. "You can re-sort a report, create lists and work through them; transactions that might have taken five seconds are instantaneous."

The software has a new feature called Netflex, which lets companies custom-build their user interface by combining elements of different Netsuite applications. For example, a “CEO centre” could be created to organise information in the way a CEO might choose to see it, said the company.

Netsuite version 10.6 also integrates with Microsoft Office.

 

 

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