Innovative technologies from Epicor pave the way for today's Manufacturers to streamline business processes and break down barriers to growth, while remaining agile for rapid response to customer demands and evolving markets.
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Leading companies choose cloud to focus on core business growth while improving security, business continuity, and collaboration.
Epicor ERP addresses the real-world challenges manufacturers face as they look to grow in today’s global economy.
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Epicor CMS provides customization from quotations, financials, and inventory all the way to electronic data interchange (EDI) mapping for automotive manufacturers.
Epicor BVP drives profitable growth with quoting and estimating tools developed specifically for the uniquely complex challenges of corrugated packaging.
Provides comprehensive information and control of critical business processes from the initial sales inquiry through design, estimating, and order management.
"We have a savings calculator for the UK deployment which is showing a net gain of $700,000 at the moment. That's a very significant return on our investment.“
"Epicor service is simple and direct, allowing us to focus on our demanding operations more effectively and attentively. Our final success with Epicor ERP can be attributed not just to the company's international background, but to its ability to support SHL's demand for business integration across regions.“
"In my opinion, inventory accuracy is king, the building block of everything. If you don't have accurate inventory then you don't have anything. Epicor CMS is our foundation."
Servitization and the Customer Service Supply Chain—the View From a Primary SupplierI ended my "Servitization and the customer service supply chain" article with a commitment to follow the chain from a primary supplier through to the consumer and then share with you what I’ve found. To recap, the questions I am interested in getting answers to include: are manufacturing businesses using customer experience to differentiate themselves? If they are, how are they doing this, and how are they impacted by the customer service they receive from their suppliers?
Servitization and the Customer Service Supply ChainIn my recent article "Are British factories an endangered species?" I talked about how UK manufacturers can use the process of servitization as another way of staying ahead of the competition. Whether a manufacturer is offering intermediate services such as a helpdesk, periodic maintenance, repair and overhaul; or advanced capability-based services such as "kilometres moved" offered by companies such as MAN Truck and Bus UK or Alstom’s Train-Life services, customer service will be a key component of the “service” provided.
Are British Factories an Endangered Species?With the rate of change accelerating fast the outlook for large chunks of UK manufacturing is far from rosy. The basic business model for large numbers of factories up and down the country can’t be sustainable in the long term.
How to Eliminate Inefficiency to Propel Your Growth—and Protect Your BrandAs a manufacturer, you understand that to grow in today’s competitive global markets means that your business must operate with increasing efficiency. However, this can quickly lead to a catch-22 situation that perhaps you’ve experienced: while you’re working to become more efficient to drive growth, unplanned growth happens—such as surprise surges in demand that you just weren’t prepared for. And suddenly, you find that your operations are overwhelmed and becoming less efficient instead of more so.
The Power and Increasing Scope of MESManufacturers in today’s accelerating global markets must master the management of change.
Six Key Drivers Shaping the Manufacturing Supply ChainA recent study by Simon
Ellis of IDC Manufacturing Insights takes an in-depth look at the future of the
manufacturing supply chain.
Epicor EMEA Customer Awards
Insights EMEA 2015 was the inaugural year for the UK customer awards, while the Middle East saw customers recognised for the second year running. Charles Clayton, Customer Advocacy Director, and Stuart Hall, Sales Director UK, presented the awards in the UK, with Vinod Raghothamarao, Customer Engagement Manager - Professional Services MENA, supporting Charles in Dubai.
Manufacturing Trends for 2015According to the Manufacturer’s Alliance for Productivity and Innovation, manufacturing will continue to grow faster than the economy as whole in the coming year. Manufacturing production is expected to grow 4.0 percent in 2015 and 3.6 percent in 2016, with growth
Implementing Epicor Helps IMCO with Growth and RevenuePerrysburg, Ohio based IMCO Carbide Tool (IMCO) manufactures carbide cutting tools—specifically carbide end mills—that are used in shops for all kinds of milling operations. The company serves clients worldwide in about 40 countries. Family owned and operated, IMCO was founded
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