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Piracle Launches New Cloud-based Piracle Pay Service For Netsuite | Small Business News, Tips, Advice – Small Business Trends

Piracle Launches New Cloud-based Piracle Pay Service For Netsuite

  • June 17, 2013

SALT LAKE CITY, June 13, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Piracle, a Utah-based company, launched the first and only SaaS application that is completely integrated into NetSuite, making accounts payable and payroll processes more efficient. Piracle Pay Service for NetSuite (PPS) allows NetSuite users to print MICR encoded checks and generate electronic ACH payments.

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NetSuite, a widely used Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution, has effectively incorporated their cloud-based services into large and small businesses. Following suit, Piracle launched their cloud-based PPS application.

Piracle’s President and CEO John Bechard said Piracle’s move into the cloud was influenced heavily by NetSuite. John said the Piracle team, who has been using NetSuite for seven years, wanted to take a step into a new type of technology along with one of their partners, ultimately benefiting customers with complete integration of the two products.

“We’re excited for the value it will bring to our mutual customers and our own organization,” he said. “Piracle has simultaneously used the cloud as an evolutionary step, while integrating seamlessly into NetSuite’s dashboard.”

Greg Hill, Business Operations Analyst for Corel Corporation, said Corel has been using Piracle Pay recently and is pleased with the program.

“We are planning on using Piracle Pay as our check printing solution instead of Create-A-Check,” Hill said. “Through our testing, we have found it more user-friendly and easier to deploy across many geographic locations.”

Piracle followed NetSuite’s strict development standards and received the Built For NetSuite certification for PPS. This highly accredited and rigorous certification process helps solution providers develop reliable software that works with native NetSuite.  The Built For NetSuite certificate was announced last month during NetSuite’s SuiteWorld 2013 conference.

Raghu Gnanasekaran, Senior Director of Business Development at NetSuite, said the Built For NetSuite certificate showed Piracle’s conviction to provide excellent products to their mutual customers.

“Piracle took the time and effort to develop their application while following the Built For NetSuite guidelines,” Gnanasekaran said. “This simply reinforces customers’ confidence that Piracle Pay Service is a reliable application that will help our current customers manage their AP and payroll processes more efficiently.”

NetSuite’s users can now print and write their own checks, process electronic ACH payments at anytime, anywhere. NetSuite users can get all of the benefits of Create-A-Check with ease of access from directly within NetSuite, feeling assured it is a trusted program with its new Built For NetSuite certification.

Piracle specializes in streamlining payment processes. For more information on Piracle Pay Services for NetSuite, or any of the other payment options Piracle specializes in, please contact Dan Parker, Marketing Director.

Media Contact: Dan Parker Piracle, 303.434.7363, danp@piracle.com

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