|Key people||Joseph L. Cowan, President, CEO|
|Products||ERP, Retail Software|
|Revenue||$962 million USD FY 2013|
Epicor provides enterprise resource planning (ERP) such as "Epicor ERP" "Epicor Retail Suite" "Epicor HCM" and Prophet 21", customer relationship management (CRM), supply chain management (SCM), and human capital management (HCM) software to business customers, in both Software as a Service (SaaS) and OnPremises deployment modalities.
Epicor was an early adopter of the .NET framework. In 1999 Epicor acquired Clientele, Inc. and then sold the Clientele CRM package. Epicor linked Clientele with Platinum for Windows to give a front office/back office solution. In 2001, Epicor split the two and sold PFW to Best Software, who was eventually acquired by Sage Software.
In 2012 Epicor acquired Solarsoft Business Systems, established in 2007 from the merger of CMS Software Inc of Toronto and XKO Software Ltd from the UK. Through the acquisition of Solarsoft Business Systems, Epicor acquired Progressive Solutions in December 2012.[when?] Epicor markets its products both directly and through a vast global network of channel partners. Epicor's annual global customer conference, Insights, draws over 4,000 attendees and growing.
On October 7, 2013, Epicor appointed Joseph L. Cowan as President and CEO.
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