Epicor launches newest version of flagship Epicor ERP software

By James Henderson
Enterprise software specialist Epicor Software Corporation has introduced the latest version of Epicor ERP, which is used by thousands of companies in 1...

Enterprise software specialist Epicor Software Corporation has introduced the latest version of Epicor ERP, which is used by thousands of companies in 150 countries worldwide.

The latest release includes new functionality to enable manufacturers to grow, innovate, and compete in today's ever-changing global landscape.

Marquee capabilities include mobile Field Service Automation (FSA) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM), as well as new business intelligence and visual analytics capabilities delivered via Epicor Data Discovery.

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A completely redesigned home page, Active Home Page, Smart Inventory Planning and Optimisation, and new country and industry-specific functionality are also key features of the new version.

“Businesses that adopt the latest technologies in cloud, analytics, and employee experience will be fit to grow and respond to the new digital challenges of tomorrow while achieving a competitive advantage right now,” said Scott Hays, senior vice president, product marketing, Epicor.

"In this, our third major release in the past 13 months, Epicor continues to deliver cloud-enabled, industry-specific functionality, globalisation and localisation, mobility, and action-oriented analytics, with continued improvements in customer experience, ease-of-use, and performance.”

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