eXtendFiles adds connectivity to Oracle Cloud and Dropbox


Montville, NJ – June 8, 2020 – eXtendTech today announced that its flagship eXtendFiles SuiteApp now offers connectivity to the Oracle and Dropbox cloud storage platforms. eXtendFiles is the bridge that enables NetSuite users the ability to BYOS (Bring Your Own Storage).   

eXtendFiles provides NetSuite customers seamless integration to many of the leading cloud storage repositories including Amazon S3, Microsoft OneDrive/Sharepoint, Google Drive, and Box. One of the key features of eXtendFiles is that files are automatically associated with related NetSuite records, both native and custom. This feature enables NetSuite users to leverage all the native power of the NetSuite platform including writing saved searches to find, act and report on their file records. 

eXtendFiles is Built For NetSuite 

eXtendFiles is a Built for NetSuite (BFN) certified hybrid solution. BFN is a NetSuite initiative to educate and consult with SuiteCloud Developer Network (SDN) Partners in accordance with the mandated goal to provide quality SuiteApps to NetSuite customers. The goal is to ensure that these solutions meet the same level of standards for security, data privacy and overall quality as the solutions offered by NetSuite. 

“We are proud that eXtendFiles has been certified multiple times over by NetSuite,” said Sam Hornstein, President of eXtendTech. “We are also pleased to be able to bring these two new cloud repository integrations into the NetSuite ecosphere.” 

About eXtendTech  

eXtendTech is a leading NetSuite SDN Partner focused on process automation for wholesale distribution and manufacturing companies. eXtendTech also possesses micro-vertical expertise in the promotional products and advertising specialties industry. The applications and integrations offered include PromoStandards integrations, utilities for artwork management and proof approval, presentations, as well as other trade-specific utilities and integrations.

To learn more about eXtendFiles, please visit the eXtendFiles product page.