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Epicor ERP wins Product of the Year award

27/09/2016 by Usha Tyagi


Epicor Software Corporation, a provider of industry-specific enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, has revealed that its core solution, Epicor ERP, has been given the accolade of Enterprise Product of the Year – Software. Judged by many industry influencers, the award was given as part of the 2016 Best in Biz International Awards. This success is likely to see Epicor remaining a core choice for many companies looking for ERP tools.

Epicor’s core product is aimed at helping businesses to promote growth and streamline operations. It can help reduce the complexity of business processes and aid with ERP interactivity. In addition, the solution is particularly well recognised for its end-to-end functionality. The firm has also embraced cloud computing and, as such, Epicor ERP is based on a cloud-first basis, meaning that companies have access to security, scalability and ongoing continuity. Because the product is industry specific, being on the cloud allows organisations to easily support growth, whether this is concerned with adding product lines, reaching a wider audience or expanding a user base.

Epicor Software Vice President of Product Marketing Malcolm Fox said: “We are excited to be named a winner in the 2016 Best in Biz International Awards program. Companies all over the world leverage Epicor ERP to support their growth goals and to assist in simplifying processes. This award is a testament to the market influence we have globally.”

The Best in Biz Awards were founded in 2011, and since then they have been recognising organisations for business success. Judging is conducted by a variety of industry analysts and press. Some of the awards include Most Innovative Product, Fastest-Growing Company of the Year and Most Innovative Company of the Year. Currently, the honours are conferred in two programs – International and North America – and there are over 60 categories involved, including team, product, executive, software and company.

Having received the latest award, Epicor is likely to continue being placed at the top of the list when it comes to purchasing industry-specific ERP. This is particularly true now that the company has focused on the cloud and companies, regardless of their size, can purchase the service levels that they require and alter them as necessary. Epicor has over four decades of experience when it comes to matching organisations with the right industry requirements, meaning that they are able to ensure solutions marry correctly with a firm whether they are in the cloud or on-premises.  


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