Manufacturing ERP software for managing operations and profitability.
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Guided by the need of today’s users, Epicor ERP is a global enterprise resource planning solution that delivers the choice, flexibility and agility to drive growth and opportunity throughout your business.
Track, measure, and monitor your entire business, from shop floor to top floor and from raw materials to final product
Boost efficiency with real-time, actionable visibility into plant and business operations
Reduce costs and streamline processes while you grow revenue and increase profits
Optimize lean manufacturing to focus on the key priorities to make smarter decisions, eliminate waste and increase customer satisfaction
Easily adapt to new manufacturing methods, changing customer requirements, and evolving business strategies
A single, end-to-end software solution for business, Epicor ERP is available on premise, hosted, or in the cloud. Epicor ERP offers a modular approach with robust capabilities focused on reducing costs, streamlining processes, and improving customer responsiveness across the enterprise—all top priorities toward achieving continued growth and profitability.
Epicor is dedicated to providing integrated ERP Software with solutions for customer relationship management (CRM), manufacturing operations, supply chain management (SCM), human capital management (HCM) and more. Leveraging innovative technologies like Web services, Epicor develops end-to-end, industry-specific ERP designed to meet the needs of the manufacturing industry. With the scalability and flexibility to support long-term growth, the Epicor ERP is complemented by a full range of services, providing a single point of accountability to promote a rapid return on investment and low total cost of ownership
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I use Epicor Eclipse ERP for wholesale. Very powerful package for inventory, sales, and warehouse management. Has a lot of extra add-ons available for state of the art wholesale business, and numerous third-party providers with good peripheral programs like B2B, B2C, invoicing, tax handling, and BI. Reporting is weak (although custom reporting can be done by a techie), and third-party dashboards are almost necessary for executive level summary information. We have had very minimal down time and fairly responsive support. If you are considering the package, just make sure you understand clearly what you need or want for your business—the add-ons can get expensive up-front and in monthly fees. Do good negotiations up front!
The good: Powerful integration between all areas of inventory, order management, and warehouse management.
The bad: Cost of add-ons; many add-ons ought to be part of the core package.
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Josh from Grand Die Inc says…
Epicor Erp helps us to track all of our processes in real time. We can see how are costs compare with the price we are getting paid for each job. It also has functions to create purchase orders, shippers, and to do monthly finance reports and communicate with banks. Epicor does more than we even use at our business. But we can pull reports to help track progress on all the jobs in the plant and keep everyone informer. I enjoy using Epicor. It can take some getting used to as there are steps to get to your end goal and sometime it can be tricky but it is worth it.
The good: I like how I can create a sales order and open a job and start tracking everything right away. I like being able to see real time costs so we can stay on target for our margins. Epicor also has many customization features so you can create whatever kinds of reports you want.
The bad: I don’t like how sometimes things get stuck and you can’t do what you want. Some things take multiple steps to get to your end result that seem so simple. But not too bad.
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Erik from City Supply Corporation says…
Epicor Eclipse is easy to use and easy to learn. I have only been with this company for about 8 months and had never heard of Epicor or Eclipse and I am getting around pretty good already. Actually I have been for a couple of months now. One thing I like is that there is a whole community of users that share their tips and tricks for using the system which helped. The representatives with the company (that I have spoken with) are patient. I do agree that the support fees are way to high, but, on the other hand, in my opinion they do a lot of behind the scenes work.
We are using an older version and I am excited about the chance to move up to a newer, more aesthetically pleasing version in the near future. Epicor offers training after the installation (for a charge per person) in the form of classes held regularly, which is better than I can say from my previous experience with SAP.
I can’t really say if I would choose this product again, because we are on an older version, which I don’t like. It looks too much like I am using a mainframe.
The good: Epicor offers training after the installation (for a charge per person) in the form of classes held regularly, which is better than I can say from my previous experience with SAP.
The bad: I do agree that the support fees are way to high, but, on the other hand, in my opinion they do a lot of behind the scenes work.