Epicor Announces Support for the 2007 Microsoft Office System and Windows Vista
To Provide Its Customers with Enterprise Software Solutions That Boost Productivity and Collaboration
Dec. 1, 2006 05:00 AM
Epicor Software has announced continued commitment to leverage the latest technology from Microsoft including the 2007 Microsoft Office system and Windows Vista to provide its customers with enterprise software solutions that boost productivity and collaboration.
Epicor and Microsoft jointly announced in October, the introduction of Epicor Information Worker (IW), a new desktop productivity solution that delivers Epicor’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications on the 2007 Microsoft Office system, providing information workers improved access to business data. Epicor IW enables individuals to boost productivity and improve real-time decision-making, key factors in improving bottom-line results.
“We take pride in developing enterprise business solutions that provide tier one functionality at a midmarket total cost of ownership, with a fast return on investment to our customers,” said Scott Smith, senior manager, product marketing for Epicor. “Utilizing Microsoft technology, we’re offering innovative service-oriented architecture and Web services-based solutions like Epicor Information Worker that deliver real business value to our customers.”
“Epicor is a great example of an industry partner that is leveraging the 2007 Microsoft Office system to put the information that people need to drive business success at their fingertips, empowering them to get to the data residing in their ERP system through familiar and flexible office applications,” said Rob Bernard, general manager, Worldwide ISV group at Microsoft. "Epicor continues to be an early adopter of the latest technology from Microsoft, participating in numerous technical adoption programs like Windows Vista, the 2007 Office system, Office Project 2007, Windows Workflow and more to ensure that its applications continue to drive innovation and improve operations for its customers."