Largest software companies: Epicor

By Georgia Wilson
Founded in 1972, Epicor Software Corporation is an industry-specific provider of business software. Epicor operates in 150 countries around the world w...

Founded in 1972, Epicor Software Corporation is an industry-specific provider of business software.

Epicor operates in 150 countries around the world with 20,000 customers utilising its expertise and solutions to improve performance and profitability for manufacturing, distribution, retail and service organisations.

Epicor’s five ERP system platforms include:

  • Epicor MES – a real-time production and process monitoring system. The system is designed to provide easy and accurate data for smarter decision making.

  • Epicor ERP – a scalable ERP system designed for business growth. Epicor ERP is designed to help manufacturers harness data and automation for productivity and profitability.

  • iScala – a comprehensive end-to-end ERP system providing simple and flexible integration of processes and streamline activities for small to midmarket businesses.

  • Epicor BisTrack – a tailored construction supplier software that provides tools, data and processes for customer service, simplified management of orders, inventory management, dispatch, installed sales and contract billing as well as real-time data.

  • Epicor Tropos – an integrated recipe-based production for visibility, supply, sales operations, and forecasting. Giving businesses the ability to streamline and improve performance, trace materials and see real-time schedules.

Epicor’s not only provides its ERP system platforms but multiple business solutions too, such as: Business Intelligence, Reporting, and Analytics, Cloud Business Management, Data Management and Services, Manufacturing Execution System (MES), Mobile Solutions, Governance, Risk, and Compliance, Logistics and Supply Chain and more.

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In the last five months, Epicor has acquired three software companies Majure Data, leading providers of warehouse management solutions, 1 EDI Source, providers of software solutions to automate and integrate B2B transactions and MechanicNet, developers of web-based CRM tools and solution designs for vehicle service businesses.

 

Headquarters: Austin, Texas

No. of customers: 20,000

Revenue: US$800mn

No. of employees: 3,700

CEO: Steve Murphy (2017 – Present)

Did you know? Epicor was No. 10 in Supply Chain Digital’s October edition for Top 10 software companies.

 

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