Epicor iScala is designed for the worldwide divisions and subsidiaries of multinational corporations and large local or regional companies that may have significant cross-border trading requirements. iScala drives business growth and global expansion by delivering critical information to make the right decisions at the right time. From customer management through manufacturing to after-sales, iScala allows companies to improve business operations around the world:
Alfa Laval: Epicor iScala Customer Success Story
Epicor iScala helped Alfa Laval grow their global business at a rapid pace.
Streamline and control your business fast with a quick to implement back-office solution designed to meet unique hospitality requirements.
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"The benefits of upgrading mainly come from us being able to improve the relationship with our customers. It means we can become more responsive."
Jecan Alin, Economist, Radox
"The Epicor iScala ERP system offers full functionality, stable operation, and rapid data processing. At the same time, it provides an intuitive, convenient interface which is easy to understand and use by any employee, regardless of their position within the company."
Aleksandr Pushkin, IT Director, SoyuzBalt Complect
"We would definitely recommend iScala 3.0 and ICE to all customers because of its great ease of use and support for management reporting."
Penio Penev, IT Solutions Manager, Frigotehnica
D!conomy – CeBit’s Ideas and Solutions for a Digital WorldAs the great and the good in IT flocked to Hanover for CeBit 2017 last week, I was grateful not to have to walk the floor and instead I reviewed the key themes at the event, from the relative comfort of my desk. Amongst event keynote subjects, like the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), a topic which CeBit calls 'D!conomy' caught my attention.
Intermediate Services—the Start of Your Servitization JourneyIn my September post, the ironically titled "Are British factories an Endangered Species" (and for the record the answer is an emphatic NO!) I proposed that servitization was a route through which business could grow and simultaneously deepen the relationships they have with their customers. While the biggest benefits of the servitization transformation are realised when the business starts to offer advanced services (outcome focused on capability)—providing intermediate services (outcomes based on product condition) is probably a good place for most business to start their servitization journey.
Epicor CFO Discusses Corporate ChallengesIn an interview on SearchFinancialApplications.com, Kathy Crusco,
executive vice president and CFO of Epicor, answered questions ranging
from the challenges of merging two organizations (Epicor and Activant)
to the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s new standard for
Top 10 Work Scenarios Where Less Collaboration is MoreMuch has been written on the benefits of collaboration; however we’ve
all been subject to “downward spiral” collaborative scenarios. Here are
our top ten work scenarios where more collaboration yields less benefit,
and less collaboration actually has more upside.
Coping with StressStress affects people in different ways, and everyone has a different method of dealing with it.
Quantifying the Financial Impact of Collaboration in the Workplace
Last year Deloitte was asked by Google Australia to quantify the value of greater workplace collaboration, and the results are pretty jaw-dropping. Deloitte came up with a “net value of collaboration” to the national Australian economy of $46 billion per year.
CFOs: It’s Time to Say Goodbye to the Spreadsheet
While there have been significant changes in business models and financial governance requirements and the velocity and volume of data over the years, many organizations’ business systems haven’t changed.
Epicor solutions are designed around the unique operational needs of global businesses who are focused on excellence. Customers can better manage complexity and focus on core growth activities.
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