Beauty Collective has significantly expanded its operations since deploying NetSuite, resulting in a 168 percent increase in revenue.
The Beauty Collective supplies its product range to more than 3,000 stores in the four countries, U.S., U.K., Australia and New Zealand.
NetSuite noted that Beauty Collective’s previous Sage on-premise solution could no longer keep pace with its rapid business expansion and significant increase in its brand and product range.
“NetSuite has the functionality to support the diversification of our business and the introduction of new product lines and we can quickly and easily add functionality as required,” said Tim Cunningham, CEO of The Beauty Collective.
In August, Scoot had deployed NetSuite as its core financial management platform in a two-tier ERP model aligned with an on-premise SAP ERP application at Singapore Airlines.
In May, NetSuite unveiled its transformative next-generation procure-to-pay capabilities to help transform business efficiency, simplify the user experience, improve control over spend visibility across the entire organization and drive profitability.