April 4, 2005, 12:00 AM

Software provider NetSuite hires a new head of worldwide marketing

NetSuite, which provides a suite of e-commerce, CRM, finance and other software for small and mid-sized businesses, has named Jay O`Connor as vice president of worldwide marketing. O’Connor brings retail and technology experience to the position.

 

NetSuite Inc., which provides a suite of e-commerce, CRM, finance and other software for small and mid-sized businesses, has named Jay O`Connor as vice president of worldwide marketing.

O`Connor brings extensive experience in marketing software, services and on-demand solutions to small and mid-sized businesses, including over six years at Intuit where he headed up the QuickBooks team that acquired the first 1 million QuickBooks customers. He also was director of corporate strategy and director of the Quicken.com business.

Most recently, O’Connor was vice president of marketing and product management at CaseCentral, an on-demand software company. He also has been vice president of marketing at Inzap, a web-based provider of credit services for banks and their small business customers. Before Inzap, he was vice president of marketing at PlanetRx, an early online pharmacy.

O`Connor will oversee all aspects of NetSuite`s marketing, including demand generation, marketing programs, and brand strategy.

NetSuite provides software to companies to manage all key business operations in a single, integrated system, including customer relationship management; order management and fulfillment; inventory management; finance; e-commerce and web site management; and employee productivity. NetSuite is delivered as an on-demand service.

 

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