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Epicor Enhances Its Major Wholesale Distribution ERP Product
Based on a recent slew of announcements by Epicor, both in terms of customer wins and product releases (across the original Epicor business as well as in the

interchange pricing  strategic pricing, electronic data interchange (EDI), reporting, and analysis. There are more than 1,200 companies running their businesses on Epicor Prophet 21. Currently available in  several countries, Epicor Prophet 21 v. 12.11 continues to expand its global reach with the addition of country-specific functionality (CSF) for Mexico in this new release (supporting both North American distributors who are expanding into that country, as well as the unique requirements of regional businesses). New

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Configure Price Quote (CPQ)

Configure, price, and quote (CPQ) solutions (sometimes known as quote-to-order, or Q2O, systems) help drive sales effectiveness by supporting configuration and pricing activities and the generation of quotes that occure during the sales process. CPQ solutions create accurate and professional sales quotes for complex, custom-engineered or customizable products while streamlining core processes and lowering costs. Common features of CPQ software include product catalog and pricing functionality, product visualization, and support for channel sales.  

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