Epicor ERP is developed primarily for discrete manufacturing with customers in other industries including process manufacturing, distribution, services, mining, and more. Target industries within discrete manufacturing are automotive and transportation, industrial products, metal fabrication, machinery and capital equipment, high tech electronics, medical device, plastics and rubber, primary metals, furniture, aerospace and defense, and non-metallic minerals.
5 Principles of Epicor ERP: Simplicity, Mobility, Collaboration, Choice, and Responsiveness. Epicor ERP was created from the Epicor Vantage code base. Vantage was originally developed for the Microsoft Windows platform in the mid-1990s by DCD Corporation in Minneapolis, MN. DCD was acquired by DataWorks of San Diego, CA in 1996. DataWorks merged with Platinum Software
JOBOPS Stacy Schultz, JobOps Channel Manager, Synergistic Software Solutions: publishers of JobOps Job Management Software and The Purchase Agent. Stacy has worked in the ERP and manufacturing environments since 1989. Her experience encompasses many different industries including aerospace, equipment builders, telecommunications, computer security, and ERP. Stacy joined Synergistic in March of 2004.
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