Automotive Parts Headquarters Upgrades to Epicor
AUSTIN, TX: Epicor Software Corporation, an industry-specific business software provider, has announced that Automotive Parts Headquarters, a distributor of automotive parts and accessories, has upgraded to Epicor Vision business management solution. The software helps to fully fuse in different technology platforms and services within its headquarters location.
“The system we were operating was an excellent system, but was written around 1980. A lot of the new technology we have now was not envisioned at that point,” says Dennis Gregory, Chief Operating Officer of Automotive Parts Headquarters. “With the Epicor Vision solution, we knew we could integrate our accounting system, have a tighter integration with our customer relationship management system, our databases and more.”
According to Gregory, adopting this new software ought to boost visibility and control across operational areas for increased competence and improved client experiences. Looking for a solution that allows integration that lets employees to be more productive was the main concern for the company.
“Dennis and his team learned the value and competitive power the Vision software provides, and they did an outstanding job of preparing for and completing the implementation,” says Scott Thompson, Vice President, Automotive, Analytics and Content, Epicor Americas. “It is exciting to watch a leading channel partner position itself for enhanced competitive advantage and long-term growth.”
Epicor also provides solutions such as Epicor Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Human Capital Management (HCM), Financial Management, Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), Supply Chain Management (SCM) and Automotive Aftermarket Software. With more than 40 years of experience, Epicor’s cost-effective solutions are working on a global basis, providing remarkable benefits to organizations. With an extensive understanding of various industries—manufacturing, distribution, retail, and services firms—Epicor solutions promote development, while managing complexity and growing productivity across organizations.
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