Veeqo helps some of the fastest growing retail brands provide an incredible customer experience, shipping every order from every sales channel on time and with 100% accuracy.
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Veeqo is full of innovative features that NetSuite simply doesn't support. Below are just some of the reasons people at fast-growing retail brands choose Veeqo as a NetSuite alternative.
Veeqo is designed solely with retailers in mind, and is fully-loaded with all the features necessary to manage and grow an omnichannel business.
Everything is controlled from a single cloud-based platform – shipping and tracking orders from any channel, buying from suppliers, using our Veeqo Scanner to manage warehouse operations and detailed reporting via our analytics dashboard.
NetSuite, however, is an ERP system designed for companies in a range of industries. It helps with manufacturing, accounting, HR, invoicing and more – but isn’t specifically made for helping retailers pick, pack and ship orders.
Veeqo is built to handle the specific needs of big retail brands shipping hundreds or even thousands of orders a day. Our CEO is a highly experienced ecommerce retailer himself, having previously run a £60 million business selling luxury watches as part of a 20+ year career in the industry.
Brompton Bikes, Dove, Harry Potter, Joseph and Car Throttle are just a few of the multi-million dollar companies trusting Veeqo to help deliver a seamless experience for their customers.
Veeqo has direct integrations with all the major tools ecommerce retailers typically use. Shopify, Magento, Shopify Plus, BigCommerce, Amazon, eBay, Xero, QuickBooks and more can all be hooked up in a few clicks.
You’ll need to purchase third-party connectors to pull most of these tools into NetSuite. Meaning you’ll be entrusting the absolute critical task of real-time, reliable order syncing to a potentially little known third-party developer.
Veeqo integrates directly 17 world-leading shipping couriers – Royal Mail, USPS, UPS, FedEx, DHL, Australia Post and more. All allowing you to control your entire fulfilment process and bulk print shipping labels from a single platform.
NetSuite has no built-in integrations for creating shipping labels. Meaning you’d have to purchase, maintain and train your team to use another third-party shipping app to manage alongside NetSuite.
Veeqo is designed to scale as your business grows. Our pricing plans start out at £150 p/m and increase to £1,000 p/m for enterprise customers – all depending on the features you need access to, and the amount of turnover your business processes through Veeqo.
NetSuite starts at £750 p/m with some plans running on a lot higher. There will also likely be significant set-up costs payable up front as well as extra monthly fees for sales channel and shipping connectors.
Veeqo doesn’t necessarily need to be a strict NetSuite alternative. For many businesses, the the two systems compliment each other well and can work perfectly hand-in-hand.
NetSuite’s production handling features make it extremely useful for brands doing their own manufacturing, with other strong HR, CRM and B2B functions too. Combine this with Veeqo’s pick, pack and ship capabilities specifically for omnichannel retailers and the two platforms together could be an ideal solution.
Veeqo has had innovation coursing through its veins since day one. And this is constantly reflected throughout our company and product going forward.
We’ve secured £3 million of funding from some of the most high-profile investors out there – such as Tom Singh, founder of British retail behemoth New Look. And we’ve also been recognised as one of the fastest growing UK companies with our selection for the TechCity Upscale program alongside giants like Monzo, Deliveroo and Farfetch.