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NetSuite Honors KDV With 3-Star Award

MINNEAPOLIS, MN--(Marketwired - August 21, 2014) - KDV Ltd., a leading NetSuite consulting and implementation organization, announced that it received a NetSuite 3-Star Award at NetSuite SuiteWorld 2014, NetSuite's annual conference in San Jose, Calif.

NetSuite's extensive network of developers and partners, such as KDV, is crucial to helping enterprises of all sizes realize the benefits of cloud computing; enabling them to increase productivity, reduce costs, and streamline operations. KDV received the NetSuite 3-Star award as a result of its success over the past year securing many new cloud software subscribers with successful implementations.

"We are excited about the tremendous growth our ERP practice has seen over the past year and we see that momentum continuing," said Tim Ernst, KDV Partner and ERP Practice Group Leader. "We look forward to continued success with our consulting and implementation practice."

"With NetSuite, we know we're running a modern, scalable system that's helping to set us apart from our competitors," said Rebecca Phipps, CFO of ChronoTrack Systems Corp. "And with KDV, we know we're using the system to its fullest and well prepared for future growth."

Launched in 2002, the NetSuite Solution Provider Program is the industry's leading cloud channel partner program and unites hundreds of channel partners and their cloud opportunities with industry-leading margins and incentives (NetSuite SP 100) to grow their businesses. With cloud computing at the forefront of the hottest trends and cloud ERP leading business demand, NetSuite has seen the on-going migration of channel partners from representing on-premise products like Sage and Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains to NetSuite's superior cloud business management suite. Designed to help solution providers transform their business model to fully capitalize on the revenue growth opportunity of the NetSuite cloud, the NetSuite Solution Provider Program delivers them unprecedented benefits that begin during recruitment and range from business planning, sales, marketing and PS enablement, to training and education.

About KDV

KDV (Kern, DeWenter, Viere) was established in 1945 and currently maintains offices in Minneapolis and St. Cloud. The firm serves clients in the areas of tax and accounting, business advisory, technology, outsourced payroll, 401(k) planning and consulting, trust and estate planning, business valuations, succession planning and individual wealth management. The company's industry expertise includes government, nonprofit, construction and real estate, manufacturing and distribution, dental, professional services, healthcare, printing, retail and family-owned businesses. For additional information on KDV please visit www.kdv.com or call 952-563-6800 in Minneapolis or 320-251-7010 in St. Cloud.

About NetSuite

NetSuite Inc. is the industry's leading provider of cloud-based financials / Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and omnichannel commerce software suites. In addition to financials/ERP software suites, NetSuite offers a broad suite of applications, including accounting, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Professional Services Automation (PSA) and ecommerce that enables companies to manage most of their core business operations in its single integrated suite. NetSuite software allows businesses to automate operations, streamline processes and access real-time business information anytime, anywhere. For more information about NetSuite, please visit www.netsuite.com.

NOTE: NetSuite and the NetSuite logo are registered service marks of NetSuite Inc.

Contact:
Patricia A. Fleming
pfleming@kdv.com
(p) 952-563-6864
3800 American Boulevard W., Suite 1000
Bloomington, MN 55431  

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