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Fusion5 brings home top NetSuite Solution Provider award

04 May 2017

Fusion5 has continued its NetSuite success, scooping up its second big award from the vendor in as many months.

The Australasian business solutions company was named NetSuite’s JAPAC (Asia Pacific and Japan) Solution Provider Partner of the Year for 2017 at the vendor’s annual SuiteWorld Conference in Las Vegas last week.

Grant Robertson, Fusion5 Australia and New Zealand NetSuite director, says the prestigious award is ‘a huge acknowledgement of the investment we have made in growth and innovation to support our customers’.

“It’s also a big nod to the highly successful range of NetSuite-based vertical solutions we’ve developed,” Robertson says.

The award follows hard on the heels of Fusion5’s win as NetSuite Partner of Excellence for 2016, presented at the vendor’s Sydney Partner Kickoff in March.

Rebecca Tohill, Fusion5 chief executive, said at the time that the company saw an opportunity to double the size of its NetSuite revenues over the next two years.

Fusion5 finished in NetSuite’s top five for sales worldwide last year, recording a ‘record breaking’ year in terms of new customers, contracts and annual committed revenue’, with the company retaining its 5 Star NetSuite partner status for the third year in a row.

Last year Fusion5 won NetSuite’saward for Customer Service Excellence. It has also achieved Presdient’s Club Partner Status in 2015 and 2016.

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