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NetSuite Integration

Enhance the Value of NetSuite ERP

Go from planning to orders and transactions without missing a beat—while eliminating the errors and inefficiencies of spreadsheet-based planning.

Your Supply Chain Planning
Advantage for NetSuite

Extend NetSuite’s own planning capabilities through seamless integration with DemandCaster—the only true-cloud provider that combines comprehensive supply chain planning features with unmatched ease of use.

With DemandCaster, benefit from these powerful planning capabilities:

  • Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP)
  • Demand Planning
  • Supply Planning
  • Distribution Requirements Planning (DRP)
  • Capacity Planning
  • Finished Good and Component-Level Planning
  • Manufacturing Production Schedule (MPS) and Material Requirements Planning (MRP)
  • Advanced Statistical Forecasting and Financial Modeling
  • What-If Scenarios and Forecast vs Actual Analysis

DemandCaster: Built for Your NetSuite

DemandCaster-NetSuite integration is based on NetSuite APIs. In addition, our automated data management service is highly configurable to precisely match your particular NetSuite data model—so everything works as one from day one.

Adaptable and flexible, DemandCaster also supports both unidirectional and bi-directional integration. You’re always in complete control of when and how data flows between each system.

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Connect Your Way

Engineered expressly for automated database integration, our Data Hub is built with flexibility in mind and provides versatile alternatives for moving data between your ERP or other data source in and out of DemandCaster. Select the one that works best for you, or use any combination.

With DemandCaster, you have options.


System-specific APIs rapidly and securely move data to and from your ERP or other database. Currently available for NetSuite, Plex Systems, and Cin7.

DemandCaster Data Connector

DemandCaster performs secure queries and pushes data to the DemandCaster Data Hub for transformation and load.


Data is pushed into an FTP folder for transformation and loading by the Data Hub into DemandCaster.

Text File

When automated methods aren’t feasible, text files can be used to move data into DemandCaster.

DemandCaster integrated with NetSuite, provided e-tailer — STM Brands — with the insight and agility needed to optimize inventory levels and locations. Advancing from ‘gut-feel’ decisions to proactive, data-driven supply chain planning resulted in dramatic margin improvements and increased company performance.

Easy Deployment

In a typical NetSuite deployment, DemandCaster handles the bulk of the supply chain planning functions, including sales forecasting, demand and supply planning, master production scheduling, and material requirements planning. Orders and transactions take place within NetSuite.

While this is the deployment model most of our customers prefer, you also have the option of using NetSuite to handle material requirements planning in addition to orders and transactions.*

* Requires license for optional NetSuite Demand and Supply Planning Module.

Certified Built for NetSuite

DemandCaster is built to the stringent requirements of the Built for NetSuite (BFN) certification program. Renewed annually, the BFN certification ensures that our integration keeps pace with the latest advancements in the NetSuite system and meets NetSuite’s development and performance standards year in and year out.

From Planning to Execution,
DemandCaster’s Got You Covered

Meet your immediate planning challenges and take comfort in knowing that you can continue to rely on DemandCaster as your planning needs advance. Where to next?

Inventory Planning & Optimization

Demand Planning

Supply Planning


Production & Capacity Planning

Distribution Requirements Planning

Got some questions?

Tell us about your supply chain planning needs and let’s find the answers together.

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