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Epicor ERP platform integrated by United Piping

10/09/2015 by Sharon Shahzad


It is essential for modern firms to streamline their operations and ensure efficiency remains a high priority as part of their business model; now, United Piping Solutions (UPS) has integrated Epicor’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) software as part of its strategy to save money and boost revenue. With the integrated system the company will be able to better manage global operations, which is something all modern businesses must do if they are to survive.

Epicor provides ERP for retail, distribution and manufacturing organisations around the world. As UPS continues to develop its worldwide operations, it has revealed that it will be using the latest Epicor ERP 10 to automate and manage back-office functions across divisions in South Korea, China, and countries in the Gulf Corporation Council (GCC).

Epicor’s channel director for India, Africa and the Middle East, Anish Kanaran, explained: “UPS already has an excellent reputation for providing high-quality bulk piping materials and valves for complex energy projects. By working with Epicor, the company will benefit from flexible, fast and scalable software.”

There were several reasons for choosing the ERP firm, with UPS saying it required help with back-office operations; as a result, the Dubai-based piping business will fully integrate the system as a means to provide support to process control. As part of the roll-out Epicor ERP 10 will help to oversee the company’s administrative activities, in addition to automating many of the operational tasks required when dealing with a complex project supply management situation.

Mr Kanaran also explained that by utilising Epicor’s software UPS would be able to gain further insights into its operations, which would enable it to make the right decisions for the future. “Through automating back-office operations, Epicor will liberate the UPS team to think about its business from an innovative and fresh perspective. We expect to see UPS concentrating on strategic growth, ultimately gaining advantage in the complex GCC, European and Asian markets,” he said.

Meanwhile, UPS managing director Saifuddin Mohammed talked about the firm’s development, explaining that by having a fully integrated system it would be able to gain better control over the various business operations. This would mean UPS would be better equipped to deal with the global piping industry’s high standards. “Our partnership with Epicor demonstrates our consistent adherence to quality and excellence in every aspect of our operations. We look forward to working closely with the dedicated team from Epicor and RiSOLVE to ensure a smooth and efficient deployment of Epicor ERP,” he added.

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