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    • Epicor ERP Platform Supports Mobility and Cloud Developments
      A recent article on searchmanufacturingerp.techtarget.com detailed the new release of the Epicor ERP platform and its enhanced features for international business, new mobile access, and cloud deployment options. Quoting Malcolm Fox, vice president of product marketing at Epicor, the article notes that Epicor ERP 10.1 "has new international features that will help customers adhere to local business practices, while the social collaboration capabilities will help build knowledge networks that can help manufacturers handle transitions when experienced employees move on.

    • The Top 10 Reasons Companies Turn to the Cloud for ERP
      Over the last decade the cloud has been established as the preferred deployment environment for enterprise applications. Today, clients and vendors both presume that their next enterprise resource planning (ERP) deployment is more likely to be in the cloud than on the premises. What’s fueled the change?

    • Epicor Flexes its Cloud Muscle through Newest Epicor ERP Release
      A growing number of organizations move to leverage the cloud as a growth enabler and take advantage of a new cloud- first era of service delivery and flexibility

    • Leveling the Playing Field for Independent Retailers with the Cloud
      According a U.S. Senator, “Small businesses should have the same ability to reach customers as powerful corporations.” In the retail sector, we’re seeing this sentiment taking flight with independent retailers leveraging cloud based solutions to realize “big retailer” capabilities without

    • Reasons to Adopt SaaS ERP
      The success of SaaS-based  enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions such as  Epicor Cloud ERP among job shops and small to mid-sized manufacturers and distributors reflects a number of factors. Changes in the market itself are requiring more of smaller participants in supply chains. Communication requirements are more comprehensive; the need for greater efficiencies are more acute, stretching beyond the limits of the traditional point or homegrown solutions typically used by these smaller concerns.

    • Why SaaS Makes Sense in Our Current Economy
      A look at the economy over the past four years doesn’t yield a very pretty picture. The 2008-2012 global recession, sometimes referred to as the late-2000s recession, Great Recession, the Lesser Depression, or the Long Recession, is a marked global economic decline that began in December 2007 and took a particularly sharp downturn in September 2008. This recession affected the entire world economy, with higher detriment occurring in some countries more than others. As a major global recession characterized by various systemic imbalances, it was sparked by the outbreak of the 2007-2009 global financial crisis. The economic side effects of the European sovereign debt crisis, accompanied with slowing U.S. and Chinese growth, continues to provide obstacles to world economic growth.

    • The Business Benefits of SaaS Software
      In an earlier post on why SaaS software makes sense in this economy, we noted how the benefits of SaaS software (which began gaining traction about the time of the global financial crisis of 2007-2009) have continued to gain momentum in the context of today’s economic uncertainties. The business benefits of SaaS software are contributing to this growth.

    • Cloud Transformations, Looking Forward
      A recent survey of global business and technology executives provides an interesting snapshot of the cloud.

    • Have We Reached the Tipping Point in SaaS ERP?
      In Malcolm Gladwell’s seminal book The Tipping Point, he defines a tipping point as “the moment of critical mass, the threshold, the boiling point.” For Software as a Service (SaaS), the traditional barrier to attaining the momentum implied by the tipping point has been ERP. Companies have been amenable to having applications that surround or extend ERP reside in a SaaS environment, but they have been less likely to place their most critical enterprise records in an environment they did not directly own or control. This is changing.

    • SaaS-Based ERP Empowering Smaller Manufacturers and Distributors
      According to a recent report from Research and Markets, SaaS-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) software revenue will experience a compound annual growth rate of nearly 25 percent between 2010 and 2014. A key factor driving this adoption is the low initial investment required to implement SaaS ERP software. Other important factors include speed of deployment, lack of maintenance concerns, ease of data management, and the ability to scale.

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