Many of you are no doubt familiar with Trus Joist, I know I’ve specified its products many times to cut down on weight and to increase spans. In August 2009 its commercial division got a new name with its separation from Weyerhauser. Now called RedBuilt, it had a laundry list of needs that caused it to move to the cloud, not the least of which was lower cost. This is a one-page overview of what it wanted from the cloud and what the results were.  The star of this one is NetSuite, and while the case study is not very in-depth it will be especially beneficial to those who might be considering migrating from a SAP on-premise solution.  RedBuilt LLC case study

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