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Fronde Joins NetSuite Solution Provider Program

Leading IT Services Company to Offer NetSuite's Cloud-Based Business Management Suite in New Zealand to Strengthen Cloud Integration Services Leadership

SYDNEY, Feb. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- NetSuite Inc. (NYSE: N), the industry's leading provider of cloud-based financials / ERP software suites, today announced that Fronde, a leading New Zealand IT services company, has joined the NetSuite Solution Provider Program to strengthen its leadership in cloud integration services. Fronde will deliver NetSuite's full suite of cloud-based business management software solutions to businesses and government in New Zealand initially, with the intent to expand to its Australian customer base in the future. These services can enable Fronde's customers to run their core business processes, such as ERP, CRM, financials, eCommerce, professional services automation and more, while reducing IT hardware demands and providing anywhere, anytime access for remote users. For more information about the NetSuite Solution Provider Program for Australia and New Zealand, visit www.netsuite.com/anzpartners.

Established in 1992, Fronde is a New Zealand-owned technology company, with 300 employees across Wellington, Auckland and Sydney. As a cloud integrator, Fronde specialises in business transformation by providing complete CRM, infrastructure, mail & collaboration and ERP solutions to its customers in New Zealand and Australia. The IT services company is in a unique position as a long-standing NetSuite customer, utilising NetSuite to operate its financials and core business operations, as well as NetSuite OpenAir for professional services automation. It has been building towards offering NetSuite to its client base, as the market demand for cloud services rapidly increases.

NetSuite delivers the business benefits that Fronde's clients are looking for: advanced functionality, reduced operational IT costs and risks, rapid deployment, speed, and the agility to launch new business operations and subsidiaries quickly, with a faster time to market than on-premise software solutions.

"As our clients contemplate painful and costly ERP upgrades, knowing they will need another in three years' time, we are excited to offer them NetSuite cloud-based business management solutions as a means to alleviate these challenges," said Ian Clarke, CEO for Fronde. "We are delighted to bring NetSuite's leading solutions to our clients in the New Zealand market, which allow executives to focus on their business, not on their technology."

"With the market for cloud business management solutions continuing to grow within New Zealand, we are constantly looking for new partners that offer extensive industry and vertical expertise," said Vince Randall, NetSuite's regional sales director for APAC. "Fronde's experience as both a NetSuite customer and a provider of ERP services, places it in a unique position to offer local businesses first-hand insights into how NetSuite can help them find new levels of efficiency and growth in New Zealand, as well as globally."

About NetSuite Solution Provider Program
Launched in 2002, the NetSuite Solution Provider Program is the industry's first cloud channel partner program and unites hundreds of channel partners and their cloud opportunities with industry-leading margins and incentives to grow their businesses. Designed to help solution providers transform their business model to fully capitalise on the revenue growth opportunity of the NetSuite cloud, the NetSuite Solution Provider Program delivers unprecedented services that begin during recruitment and range from business planning, sales, marketing and PS enablement, to training and education. For more information about the program, visit www.netsuite.com/anzpartners.

About Fronde

Fronde is a New Zealand-owned technology company, with 300 staff across Wellington, Auckland and Sydney. As a cloud integrator, Fronde specialises in business transformation by providing complete customer relationship management, infrastructure, mail & collaboration, and enterprise resource planning solutions. In operation since 1992, Fronde has growing revenue of 40+ million. Fronde has established partnerships with other leading cloud vendors such as Google, Amazon Web Services and others to deliver a wide range of integrated cloud solutions. For more information about Fronde, please visit www.fronde.com.

For more information about NetSuite please visit www.netsuite.com.au.

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