Connect NetSuite to your Favorite Software Solutions
Our team at Anchor Group builds integrations with NetSuite all the time. In fact, NetSuite is all we do. There are two ways to connect software to NetSuite. One way is to use a connector platform and the other way is to use a developer to build an integration. Both offer really good perks that are worth checking out!
We integrate with a large selection of 3rd party software solutions including lesser known companies that platforms haven't built out integrations for yet. Whether you are looking for a NetSuite integration or a SuiteCommerce integration, we have you covered. Here are some of the common NetSuite integrations.
To date, there hasn't been an integration we haven't been able to successfully complete. If you don't see one that you want in this list ... don't worry... its not an exhaustive list!
Common NetSuite Integrations
NetSuite Integration Options
Connector Platform for Custom Integration
Each of the NetSuite integration methods has its pros and cons. We are partnered with many of the most common connector companies and can set up the service for you. But let's go over some of the pros and cons of each of the two methods for NetSuite integrations.
Using a Connector Service:
There are several options for connector services and some are more expensive than others. You may see ones like Channel Advisor that start at about $40,000 including implementation and the first year of the annual subscription. The pricing model is variable and based on each company size.
Less maintenance liability
One location for multiple integrations
Easier for non-developers to make minor changes
Requires fewer hours to implement
Require subscription fees
Still require technical expertise for non-standard work
Becomes more technical as the integration grows
There are definite benefits to have a connector service like Channel Advisor or Celigo. We like both of them which is why we are partners with them!
Having a Custom Integration to NetSuite Built:
Our team at Anchor Group builds custom NetSuite integrations for our partners all the time. Most of them require similar coding processes so we tackle new integration software. Using SOAP calls or API calls via NetSuite RESTlets make integrations very easy for developers. We have seen companies come to us before or after using connector software because they wanted either something more robust that was too difficult to complete in a connector (although not impossible) or to cut down on overhead company costs. Here are some of the pros and cons of building a custom integration to NetSuite.
Unlimited customization capability
Zero subscription costs
Designed just for your business
You are responsible for any maintenance
Takes a little longer to implement
Requires a developer for minor changes
It will be up to you to decide which method is best for you. Both are good options, but you can determine which makes the most sense for your business. You can often get a custom NetSuite integration for about $10,000. This obviously depends on some other factors, but there are possible subscription savings over the long run when using this method.
NetSuite Integration: What Next?
You will need a NetSuite Consultant to help get your connector setup or a NetSuite Developer to build a custom integration. Both of these are services we provide.
We guarantee a lower implementation price to set up an integrator platform. We also make the highest quality custom NetSuite integrations that don't have subscription fees associated with them.
Get help determining which option is best for you. There are a couple of factors that push the decision one way or the other. Contact the Anchor Group team to set up a discovery call!