Epicor, a global leader of industry-specific enterprise software to promote business growth, was positioned as a Leader in the inaugural Nucleus Research Small and Midsize Business (SMB) ERP Value Matrix.  

Nucleus ranked ERP vendors with a proven track record of servicing organizations between $10 million to $499 million in annual revenue on the functionality and usability of their solutions, as described by their customers. Research conducted by outside firms are non-bias and add credibility to every solution provider on that list. 

“The Epicor Industry ERP Cloud portfolio is built to deliver a variety of integration, automation, and performance capabilities that help customers maximize the power of their data and grow their businesses,” said Lisa Pope, Epicor President. “Our Leader position in the Nucleus SMB ERP Value Matrix underscores our deep commitment to work hand-in-hand with our customers, creating industry-specific software solutions and services that enable a world of better business.” 

In the ranking report, Nucleus commented that “The Epicor Industry ERP Cloud platform combines financial, supply chain management, planning, CRM, product management, project management, business intelligence, and analytics capabilities into one integrated system. One of Epicor’s core value propositions lies in its configurable infrastructure, offering various industry-specific ERP packages. With low-code/no-code functionality, pre-built API connectors, and extensive library add-on modules, businesses can set up their Epicor ERP system to meet their organization’s unique requirements.” 

A complimentary copy of the full report is available for download here.  

2W Tech is an Epicor Platinum Partner, with over 30 years’ experience working with Epicor solutions. This accolade to Epicor makes us proud to be their partner. If you would like to learn more about Epicor Kinetic or any Epicor solutions, give us a call today. We would be happy to introduce your business to the benefits of Epicor solutions.

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