ONE Consulting Services Partners with SPS Commerce

By Freddie Pierce
As Chinas economic growth lies in stark contrast to a flagging global economy, the opportunity to provide cloud-based solutions to businesses in the re...

As China’s economic growth lies in stark contrast to a flagging global economy, the opportunity to provide cloud-based solutions to businesses in the region is a sector that is ripe for expansion. Technology consulting firm ONE Consulting Services (ONE) and SPS Commerce, one of the top providers of on-demand supply chain management solutions, today announced a partnership to do just that.

“We are very pleased to partner with another leading NetSuite partner,ONE Consulting Services, an organization known for its expert knowledge of NetSuite solutions and reliable services,” Managing Director Asia at SPS Commerce Chris Beukenkamp said. “SPS is expanding in the Greater China region and is delighted to team with ONE as part of this initiative.”

ONE specializes in the implementation and post-implementation of NetSuite and Oracle products, effectively decreasing total cost of ownership and increasing productivity for its customers.

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NetSuite recently named SPS Commerce, which helps retail supply chain organizations increase the effectiveness of their global trading partnerships, as a 2012 SuiteApp Partner of the Year. The company has provided services to help streamline supply chains for over 45,000 customers in 40 countries.

Herman Yong, ManagingConsultant at ONE Consulting Services added, “I am delighted to partner with SPS Commerce and meet with the SPS teams in the United States and Hong Kong. ‘SPS' multi-tenant SaaS solutions are well-suited for many of our customers' needs and its offices in Asia provide regional sales and technical support for our joint client base.”

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