Singapore Airlines Subsidiary Scoot Soars with Two-tier NetSuite ERP Deployment

In 2011, Singapore Airlines launched Scoot, a subsidiary offering low cost, medium and long-haul flights across Asia and Australia. As a start-up, Scoot needed an ERP system that integrated with its parent company’s SAP software, sans the long haul implementation and high infrastructure costs associated with on-premise deployments. Scoot looked at major ERP vendors, but set its sights on the cloud for its cost-efficiency, fast deployment and flexibility.



Scoot Airlines




Travel and Hospitality


Singapore Airlines


M.SaaS Solutions



NetSuite Products Implemented

NetSuite International
Fixed Asset Management

Tier 1 ERP


“We looked at other major and more established ERP, but NetSuite was the clear winner in meeting our requirements for cost-efficiency, fast deployment, real-time visibility into the business and flexibility.” Scoot

Robust Solution for Start-up

Two-tier SAP, NetSuite deployment
In 2011, Scoot, with partner M.SaaS Solutions, deployed NetSuite in a two-tier ERP model, integrated with SAP at Singapore Airlines. NetSuite runs vendor payments, revenue management and fixed asset management for a fleet worth more than 2 billion Singapore dollars. NetSuite enabled robust enterprise-class security and multi-currency support.
Visibility, savings enable growth
Savings enabled through automated accounting processes left capital to invest in fleet expansion. The intuitive user interface allows for easy onboarding to support growth. Real-time visibility into financial performance and key expenditures allow management to make better business decisions.
NetSuite empowers expansion goals
Scoot now flies to 15 destinations across Southeast Asia and Australia, and plans to expand its market presence by tripling its fleet size, adding 20 new Boeing 787 Dreamliners. Adding NetSuite CRM, BI, budgeting and forecasting functionality will empower growth.