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Piracle Announces Gold Sponsorship of NetSuite SuiteWorld 2014

SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwired - May 09, 2014) - Piracle Inc. today announced its sponsorship of SuiteWorld 2014, NetSuite's annual user conference for customers, partners, media and industry analysts, being held May 12-15 in San Jose, Calif. NetSuite's SuiteWorld 2014 conference is slated to be the largest-ever gathering of the fast-growing NetSuite community, with an expected 6,000 attendees coming together to inspire, connect with one another and to share business transformation best practices for getting the most out of the world's leading cloud ERP suite.

"We are excited to be sponsoring SuiteWorld at the gold sponsorship level. This year, we will be showcasing our electronic payment tools for NetSuite. We have added functionality geared toward organizations interested in automating their Accounts Payable processes," said John Bechard President and CEO of Piracle.

Piracle, a 22-year old Utah-based company, will be providing demos at SuiteWorld of its 'Built for NetSuite' verified Piracle Pay Service SuiteApp, a payment tool that allows users to simply issue electronic payments without leaving NetSuite. Built for NetSuite is a program for NetSuite SuiteCloud Developer Network (SDN) partners that provides them with information, resources and a method to verify that their applications and integrations, built using the NetSuite SuiteCloud Computing Platform, meet NetSuite's standards and best practices.

Traditionally, NetSuite users would issue electronic ACH payments using a third-party vendor outside of their normal established banking channels. This process increases the payment cycle time and is costly for the NetSuite user. With the Piracle Pay Service SuiteApp, you no longer need to make electronic Automated Clearing House (ACH) payments using a third-party vendor. Now, users can make ACH payment using the banking relationship they already have for a more efficient and cost effective alternative. The SuiteApp has also been enhanced to also allow NetSuite users to pay using PayPal, Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) and Wire Transfers. This kind of payment flexibility gives the user more control of how they make their payments, which ultimately effects their cash flow and bottom line.

To learn more about Piracle solutions, visit us at booth #401 in the SuiteWorld Expo at the San Jose Convention Center.

For information about Built for NetSuite SuiteApps, please visit www.netsuite.com/BuiltforNetSuite. For more information about the integrated solution, please visit www.suiteapp.com.

About SuiteWorld 2014
SuiteWorld is NetSuite's annual conference, being held at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, Calif. on May 12-15 for customers, users, partners, developers, media and industry analysts. Attendees of SuiteWorld join the full strength of the NetSuite ecosystem to learn and explore, network face-to-face, and help shape the next evolution of cloud computing services.

For registration and additional details, please visit www.netsuitesuiteworld.com. To join the SuiteWorld conversation on Twitter, please use #NSW14.

About Piracle Inc.
Piracle Inc. has offered payment management tools for over 22 years. Piracle became a NetSuite user 7 years ago and realized NetSuite users could benefit from the tools they had developed for other accounting applications. Piracle Pay Service is a certified Built for NetSuite Payment Engine™ that allows users to simplify their payment processes without ever leaving NetSuite. http://www.Piracle.com/NetSuite

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

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Company Contact:
Dan Parker
(Marketing Director at Piracle Inc.)
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