Epicor has a plethora of business intelligence and analytics tools in their arsenal to help users of Epicor ERP better understand what their data is telling them. They believe every business needs to be able to answer these four questions: What happened? Why did it happen? What is happening now? What will happen next? They build dashboards, trackers, and data visualization tools into the core ERP platform help you visualize data and get a better understanding of what is happening in your business right now.

But are those tool enough? Epicor has several add-on solutions for deeper trending, diagnostic, and predictive analytics to help you grow your business.

  • Epicor Advanced MES (Mattec): for machine monitoring and reporting. This allows you to capture data directly from machines and operators and get real-time production metrics and analytics in an easy-to-digest, visual manner.
  • Epicor Data Discovery (EDD): for descriptive analytics. Use this to drill down into live Epicor ERP data to generate visually rich charts that deepen everyone’s understanding of the data. Every department can learn from its data with self-service summaries; animated, interactive data visualization; and tools to simplify report creation and sharing.
  • Epicor Data Analytics (EDA): for diagnostic analytics. EDA takes you on a unique, intuitive journey of information discovery through large data sets that helps you answer why something happened.
  • Epicor Smart Inventory Planning and Optimization Platform: for predictive analytics. The Epicor Smart Inventory Planning and Optimization Platform is a set of cloud-based applications that help drive sales and inventory operations planning.

Are you looking to find the best fit of Epicor ERP business intelligence and analytics products for your business? Let 2W Tech help. 2W Tech is a technology service provider specializing in solutions for the manufacturing industry. Give us a call today to learn how we can help, we are an Epicor Gold Partner after all.

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