Epicor® 9 is positioned as a Visionary in the Magic Quadrant for ERP for Product-Centric Midmarket Companies

Gartner releases a magic quadrant report that ranks how certain vendors measure against criteria for a particular marketplace defined by Gartner.  In their 2010 Magic Quadrant for ERP for Product-Centric Midmarket Companies, Epicor 9 is positioned as a visionary. No, this doesn’t mean Epicor sees things you or I can’t…although some might argue. This means that Epicor has compelling visions and product strategies for achieving a differentiated position in the market with the ability to grow or gain momentum against the current ERP software leaders.

The report says “Epicor is the only vendor in this Magic Quadrant that has consequently executed a multi-year product consolidation strategy, combining concepts and functionalities from a variety of ERP solutions”. Having this position in the market puts Epicor in a prime spot and customers can rest assured they’re in good hands because of this.

Epicor is looking into the future so they can appropriately plan and accustom their solution to the needs of their customers and the ever-changing technology environment. For example, Epicor 9 has robust service oriented architecture, and its process models make it highly flexible, offering stability through regular upgrades. Epicor 9 is also offering innovative approaches to mobility as well as deployment as a Software as a Service (SaaS) solution. As you well know, these are hot topics in technology and Epicor’s making strides to meet these unique requirements.

To learn more about Epicor 9, please visit our website or contact us by calling 972-669-0763 or emailing michael.greene@ramsys.com.We are a leading provider of software services for mid-market companies with more than 25 years’ experience in developing custom software and networking solutions.

By Michael Green of RAM Software Systems, Inc., a Texas software service provider and Epicor Partner


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