Innovate 2017 is open to any business interested in exploring business applications and features over 40 sessions and user group meetings with dedicated tracks for Anytime Collect & Epicor Cash Collect, Intuit QuickBooks, Sage 100, Sage 500, and Epicor ERP and integrated third party products. Attendees will include existing customers or businesses evaluating business applications with information designed for senior-level executives and both information technology and accounting professionals.
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?
Innovate 2017 is the largest business technology forum in the region providing access to businesses using the same products you use (or are evaluating) for your business. You’ll learn about new technologies and have unique opportunities to talk directly to tech savvy executives, consultants, developers, product managers, support agents, and current business technology users to learn how to get the most out of your investment and what’s coming in future product releases.
WHAT SESSIONS ARE AVAILABLE?
Sessions and exhibitors represent leaders across the business applications market including enterprise resources planning and accounting, accounts receivable credit and collections automation, business intelligence and reporting, inventory and warehouse management, customer relationship management, human resources and payroll, document management, EDI and ecommerce, budgeting, sales forecasting and demand planning, purchasing, cloud computing, payment processing, and a WHOLE LOT MORE.
Every new year sees new challenges, opportunities, and innovations for businesses across every industry. The lightning pace at which some companies need to be able to respond to or capitalize on changing markets and consumer expectations has resulted in many businesses adopting ERP (enterprise resource planning) systems to create and maintain competitive advantages while reaching
ERP (enterprise resource planning) systems are one of the most valuable tools for effectively integrating and managing many facets of your business. Understandably, getting up and running with an onsite ERP system can be expensive once you factor in the costs of purchasing the software, installing and maintaining the hardware and applications required by it,