Work 365 announces NetSuite connector for subscription billing and invoicing
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Work 365 now provides seamless integration with NetSuite for improved subscription revenue management for Microsoft Cloud Solution Providers (CSP) and MSPs

RESTON, Va. - Californer -- IOTAP announced today that Work 365, its cloud business management automation application now supports native integration with NetSuite. Companies can use the native integration between Work 365 and NetSuite to leverage the strengths of the individual applications with combined capability of Subscription Management, Automated Provisioning, and Recurring Billing to rapidly scale.

Work 365 is a Subscription Management and Provisioning Automation application built on Dynamics 365 and is used by Microsoft Partners in the CSP program to grow and scale their recurring revenue.

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The bi-directional integration between Work 365 and NetSuite will help companies streamline their lead-to-cash process and improve revenue recognition and management. The native integration with NetSuite will synch revenue information between the two applications. The integration will help NetSuite and Work 365 customers automate subscription billing, remove error-prone processes and create better business insights and reporting.

Speaking on the integration, Ismail Nalwala, CEO of IOTAP said, "With the NetSuite integration, we can support our larger CSP customers looking for an enterprise-grade solution to scale their recurring revenue."

About IOTAP


IOTAP is the developer of Work 365 – a leading subscription management and billing automation application built on Dynamics 365. Work 365 is trusted by companies across the world to scale their cloud and recurring revenue business. Work 365 helps companies streamline their accounts and sales, and automate their billings and payments, all from within a single application. Work 365 is a Trademark of IOTAP Inc.

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