Epicor always has taken pride as an all-encompassing ERP solution for the manufacturing industry. It is uniquely fit for manufacturing, allowing users to consume innovation with ease and unleashing new power to drive business growth.  Epicor ERP for Manufacturing is distinguished by its increasingly broad focus on planning and managing all resources, both within and across location and company boundaries.

The expanded scope of Epicor for manufacturing is most strongly felt in the areas of customer relationship management (CRM), supply chain management (SCM), product lifecycle management (PLM), manufacturing execution system (MES), enterprise quality management (EQM), field service automation (FSA), and business process management (BPM). Manufacturers of all sizes have recognized the value of an integrated suite rather than trying to piece disparate solutions together.  

Epicor ERP is designed to support various manufacturing processes including discrete, make-to-order (MTO), engineer-to-order (ETO), configure-to-order (CTO), mixed-mode and make-to-stock environments. Epicor ERP is scalable and modular with rich feature sets that support your company’s growth with rapid implementation and easy expansion no matter the size and complexity of your manufacturing process. Epicor ERP offers complete flexibility when it comes to deployment – you can choose to deploy the solution in the cloud or on premises.  

As a multidimensional solution, Epicor ERP for Manufacturing is uniquely positioned to manage the requirements of multiple industries with a single solution. These industries include industrial machinery; automotive; aerospace and defense; medical device; electronics and high-tech, fabricated metals; furniture and fixtures; rubber and plastics; job shops; and more.  

2W Tech is an Epicor Gold Partner and specializes in solutions for the manufacturing industry. Give us a call today to start embracing the digital transformation and the ERP trends that can take your business operations to the next level. 

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