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Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Corkcicle Uncorks Business Success With Oracle's NetSuite

Founded in 2010 and based in Orlando, Florida, Corkcicle first found success developing an in-bottle wine chiller that avoided the mess of an ice bucket. Continuing to innovate and pushing the boundaries of design helped Corkcicle expand into barware and eventually the hydration space. It now boasts sales across 4,000 retail partner locations in North America, including Williams-Sonoma, Macy’s, Target, Nordstrom, and Crate and Barrel.

Implementing NetSuite’s cloud-based system in 2014 enabled outsourced partners to easily continue their functions, while analytics and reporting deliver data-driven decision-making. Meanwhile, multi-location inventory management provides visibility across 3PL partner sites in Atlanta, Salt Lake City and the Netherlands for distribution across nearly 40 countries.

Recently, thanks in-part to the data-driven decisions NetSuite helps to facilitate, the company has expanded its custom-work line of business, selling beverage chilling products with corporate customer logos to HGTV, distilleries and wineries. The automated purchase order workflow is able to provide speed and accuracy in order production from four contract manufacturing partners.

“Before we were making decisions on hunches. With NetSuite, we can really see and analyze our business drivers and make informed decisions.” — David Jarrell, Head of IT, Corkcicle

Learn more on the Oracle NetSuite website.

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