Epicor in Azure Form a Powerful Partnership for your Business


Epicor is moving further into the cloud, and manufacturers are beginning to take notice. If you’re interested in Epicor in Azure, the timing could be perfect for you to take advantage of this dynamic duo in your operations.  

The latest SaaS version, Epicor ERP  10.2.700, includes new capabilities designed to attract midmarket manufacturers who want to move to a cloud-based system.  

Epicor also is concentrating on moving its customer base to the cloud, offering its ERP product as a SaaS model deployed on Microsoft Azure.  

Also pushing manufacturers to use Epicor in Azure is the COVID-19 pandemic. With so many employees partaking in remote work these days, it makes sense to make ERP systems accessible no matter where the work is being conducted.  

Epicor in Azure also provides an additional layer of cybersecurity for organizations. By moving servers from onsite into the cloud, ransomware attacks no longer have on-premises targets to consider.  

Within the Epicor ERP 10.2.700 release, there are a couple Azure-specific features for the convenience of those already using Microsoft’s hybrid cloud 

  • Epicor QuickShip – New features of Epicor QuickShip in the Azure Cloud include bulk and mass shipping and rate shopping to include accessorial – extra charges for transportation services. This opens new markets for manufacturers as the supply chain digitizes. 
  • Epicor Identity – Built on native Azure Cloud Services, Epicor Identity offers secure centralized identity management with multi-factor authentication (MFA), single sign-on (SSO), and new self-service administration that adds an additional layer of security to protect data. 

There is no reason to endure high infrastructure and hardware costs, when Epicor in Azure can offer you on-premises control with the anytime, anywhere flexibility you would expect from the cloud. There are plenty of other benefits Epicor in Azure can offer your business. Give 2W Tech a call today to learn more. 

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