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3/4/2009

ERP Software

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Epicor provides ERP solutions that are designed to satisfy the needs of any manufacturer regardless of country, industry or device, the company says. It offers business management, providing real-time, in-context business insight throughout virtually any manufacturing environment.  The software is equipped with feature sets to support environments including make-to-order, engineer-to-order, configure-to-order, mixed-mode, make-to-stock and discrete manufacturing.

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Epicor provides ERP solutions that are designed to satisfy the needs of any manufacturer regardless of country, industry or device, the company says. It offers business management, providing real-time, in-context business insight throughout virtually any manufacturing environment.

The software is equipped with feature sets to support environments including make-to-order, engineer-to-order, configure-to-order, mixed-mode, make-to-stock and discrete manufacturing. Built on the second-generation service-oriented architecture, Internet Component Environment 2.0, the company fuses modern Web 2.0 technologies with True SOA. In addition to a range of manufacturing capabilities, the company extends tools across back-office processes including financial management, customer relationship management, sales, service and distribution, providing real-time, in context information to all employees.

 

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