Luxent will showcase its Sales to Service Solution at the May 4-7, 2015 event in San Jose, CA
April 23, 2015 – Aliso Viejo, CA: Luxent, the leading ERP and CRM solution and service provider that brings the best of the cloud to companies, today announced that it plans to exhibit at the 2015 SuiteWorld user conference hosted by NetSuite, one of Luxent’s key technology partners.
“We’re very excited about our partnership with NetSuite and believe that exhibiting at SuiteWorld will give us a great opportunity to meet with everyday users and key NetSuite team members,” said Vivian Keena, Luxent CEO. The SuiteWorld event will take place May 4-7 in San Jose, California.
At SuiteWorld, Luxent will debut its Sales to Service solution for NetSuite users, which brings together proven leaders in cloud technology applications to enable a more efficient and holistic way to support and serve customers. Utilizing Luxent’s iQ Configure, Price, Quote (CPQ) application, NetSuite Cloud ERP, and the NextService field service application, Sales to Service makes it easier to quote, fulfill, and service through an integrated NetSuite user experience.
“We all know the stats that it’s easier and cheaper to maintain a customer versus earn a new one, and Sales to Service holistically addresses the gaps in the sales and service process that can stop a new customer from becoming a repeat customer,” explained Aaron Korsen, EVP Sales and Marketing. “iQ and NextService complement the core fulfillment and production managed out of the NetSuite Cloud ERP platform to deliver a seamless experience from start to finish.”
Luxent brings extensive ERP, manufacturing, and cloud technology expertise to the NetSuite customer base. “In our business consulting group alone, each team member averages 15 years of ERP experience,” explained Keena. “We’ve worked hard to build a team that understands the needs of our customers as well as the technology they use every day so that we provide the solutions, services, and support that helps them see more return on their technology investments.”
Laura Monn Ginsburg