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    Business Management Software to Drive Growth

    With your industry constantly in motion, you need proven business management capabilities that will underpin your business operations. 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. Epicor iScala supports financials, supply chain management, light manufacturing, sales, service, rental, and lease management. Enable revenue and profit growth with an enterprise solution that is proven, simple, expandable, and secure.

    • Make better decisions and improve processes with accurate data in the office or on the move
    • Find information for your customers quickly—even when supporting thousands spread across the globe
    • Use your data for responsiveness and create a streamlined supply chain with suppliers, partners, and customers
    • Establish a continuous improvement environment by easily and consistently analyzing information to improve strategies and processes
    • Handle local and cross-border trading requirements with ease

    Learn What's New in the Latest Release of iScala to Drive Growth

    Eliminate barriers to business growth, increase compliance, mitigate risk, and be ready for future changes

    Epicor iScala Delivers Accurate Insight for Better Decisions More Frequently

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    Epicor iScala Brochure

    Discover what makes iScala a great fit for global enterprises and local subsidiaries

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    Epicor iScala eBook

    Discover how to transform your business with three key strategies—simple, smooth, fast

    Epicor iScala for Hospitality

    Epicor iScala for Hospitality

    Epicor iScala for Hospitality delivers industry-specific functionality to drive and manage growth

    Learn How Other Customers Have Grown With Epicor iScala

    Energizer Thailand Case Study

    Energizer Thailand

    “The Thai market with its different pricing policies on raw material and supplies made things very difficult and complicated for the system configuration. However, we did not face this with Epicor iScala, as the solution aided us in enhancing our sales performance.”

    Ms. Kongked Hadpinkajornjaru, Senior System Analyst, Energizer Thailand Ltd.

    SKF Automotive Bearings Complect Case Study

    SKF Automotive Bearings

    “We achieved the highest sales record last year in our history. I believe this was closely related with the implementation of iScala.”

    James Xu, Logistics Manager, SKF Automotive Bearings

    Kiilto Family Oy Case Study

    Kiilto Family Oy

    “By combining Epicor ERP and iScala as a two-tiered ERP solution, all the information is gathered in one place.This has helped us to meet our business challenges and increase opportunities to grow.”

    Ville Kenttä, ICT Service Manager, Kiilto Family Oy

  • Technology Blog

    • Partners Recognised for Excellence at Momentum 2017
      Partners from across the globe braved the tropical desert heat of Dubai to attend this year’s Epicor Global Partner Summit. The summit culminated in the presentation of the Epicor 2017 Partner Excellence Awards which recognise partners in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific for their continued success and achievements in supporting Epicor solutions.

    • Traceability Should be Easy

      Food traceability is not a simple problem and can potentially have disastrous outcomes for everyone in the supply chain, from producer to consumer. Yet we still allow paper to dominate as the source of information. The crux of the problem is that paper does not control anything. It is just a written record, there’s no validation, and no control. 

    • The Impact of Paper Records on a Consumer

      For the consumer it’s relatively simple. Shoppers continue to scrutinize products based mostly on their fat, salt and sugar content. They rarely concern themselves about the risks of food safety until it affects them personally. Should they be worried? 

    • Epicor Awarded Membership of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce


      Epicor Software Corporation, a global provider of industry specific enterprise software solutions to promote business growth, is delighted to have been awarded membership of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce (SCOC). 

    • The Impact of Paper Records on a Retailer

      Retailers are the face of food quality to the consumer. We all remember a product being removed from a shelf in a supermarket and the newspaper headlines from a major recall. Do we remember the producer’s name? The answer is most likely not.

    • The Impact of Paper Records on a Food Producer


      Inevitably, control of food quality and traceability rests solely with the producer. Often retailers punish producers who fail to deliver on traceability with fines, exclusion from range reviews and, ultimately their removal as a supplier. Given the consequences of failing an audit or causing a recall, it astounds me that paper is still one of the most common ways of recording traceability. 

    • Many Food Safety Numbers are Still Recorded on Paper

      Why, in this day of smart devices, tracking technologies and internet connected ‘things’, do we still rely on people writing numbers down on sheets of paper when it comes to food tracking and traceability? 

    • D!conomy – CeBit’s Ideas and Solutions for a Digital World
      As 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 Journey
      In 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 Challenges
      In 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 recognizing revenue.

  • 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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