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Is Epicor Poised to Rule the Mid-Market Retail Sector? (Part I)
One renowned vendor seems to have contributed to the 2007 holiday shopping season. That would be Irvine, California, the United States (US)-based Epicor

logistics of retail sector  distributors including third party logistics providers. Best product representatives for this target market would be Epicor Enterprise [ evaluate this product ] and Epicor Clientele CRM.NET [ evaluate this product ]. Epicor’s solution for services companies was designed to meet the critical business requirements of mid-sized to larger distributed service organizations. The enterprise service automation (ESA) solution provides service organizations with the tools to improve staff utilization, maximize bi

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ERP for Distribution Industries

Enterprise resource planning (ERP)—distribution software is designed for companies in the distribution and logistics industries. Traditional distribution businesses focus on moving goods through a supply chain, and the distribution software market has developed products to meet these needs. The software solutions developed for ERP for distribution includes functionality for supply chain management (SCM), distribution process management (DPM), and retail and commerce.  

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