Updated retail business management software
Epicor Software Corporation is a business software solutions company for manufacturing, distribution, retail and services organizations, and it has unveiled Epicor Eagle N Series, its next-generation retail management software for independent retail businesses.
This release extends Epicor Eagle by marrying the platform’s feature set and advanced business intelligence tools with a completely redesigned and simplified user interface.
Epicor Eagle N Series is designed to give independent retailers the advanced technology used by big box retailers at an affordable price point. The new software offers embedded business intelligence, simplified workflows, an integrated support bar with context sensitive access to online training, customer support and online user community and an updated user interface.
Epicor Eagle N Series is a significant update to the Epicor Eagle platform. Built upon industry experience and customer input, Epicor Eagle is used by many retailers in the farm-home, hardware and home center, lumber and building materials, lawn and garden, paint and decorating, pharmacies and drug stores and sporting goods markets. Retailers in more than 8,000 locations use Epicor Eagle software to manage customer order and point of sale operations, tighten inventory controls, streamline vendor procurement and manage their day-to-day business operations. Epicor Eagle is a suite of advanced analytics and reporting tools—giving retailers insight into customer behavior and key business operations.
For more information, visit www.epicor.com.
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