From $49 per user per month.
NetSuite partner JCurve Solutions has released three cut-down versions of the NetSuite cloud ERP platform targeting small and medium sized businesses. JCurve has removed modules and simplified the interface to make the complex enterprise ERP platform more appealing to business owners.
The entry-level product JCurve Go which cost $49 per user per month included accounting, tax and banking modules and profiles for customers, suppliers and employees. A payroll module was a $600-a-year paid option.
On its product page JCurve advertised the Go version for small businesses of up to 20 employees looking for “simple management of finance, payroll, inventory and customers”.
Read “How JCurve’s entry will affect the cloud accounting market” for BoxFreeIT’s opinion. The mid-level product JCurve Grow was on special at launch for $49 per user per month, down from $89. It added project, quote and lead management; intranet and websites; an e-commerce engine and a payment gateway.
Grow was for small businesses of up to 30 employees who were looking for an integrated software suite without the complexity of a full-scale enterprise ERP system, JCurve said.
The top edition, JCurve Pro, was for SMBs with up to 50 seats that had more sophisticated requirements. It included build of materials, drop shipments, marketing campaigns and sales force automation, customer support and third-party self service.
Businesses with over 50 employees were expected to move to the entry-level version of NetSuite.
The core accounting module in each package included accounts payable and receivable, budgets, credit card management, EFT and direct debit payments and financial statements.
Expense reports, multi-currencies, advanced taxes and multiple currency support were only available in the JCurve Grow and Pro editions.
JCurve had restricted most of the features in the sales force automation and inventory modules to the JCurve Pro edition.