(ahead of other ERP solutions such as Infor, SAP, IFS, Oracle, Netsuite, Microsoft, Sage, Syspro and IQMS)
Panorama Consulting Ranking criteria Epicor ERP (along with the competitor ERP) was measured against the following categories; Market Share, Cost as Percentage of Revenue, Average Time to Implement, Average Panorama Client Functional Scores and Average Payback Period. Click here to see full report.
Epicor’s Strengths above other ERP solutions.
Source Panorama Consulting Solutions Dec 2016
SelectHub, a technology selection management (TSM) software company, released the 2016 update for its ERP System Leaderboard — featuring the top enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems ranked across more than 20 key business requirements, and we are proud to announce Epicor ERP ranked #1 out of 60 ERP vendors! Ten ERP systems stood out from a group of 60 top contenders to feature on the SelectHub ERP Leaderboard — demonstrating their success in meeting the critical requirements identified by organizations seeking an ERP system. Other highly ranked systems included Sage ERP X3, Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Infor ERP Syteline, SYSPRO 7, and SAP Business ByDesign. The full list is available with a complimentary registration to the site.
Ranking Criteria for the Leaderboard includes financial requirements, human capital management, customer relationship management, sales order management, technology integrations and more. SelectHub Leaderboards pair up the most important criteria for technology selections alongside vendor competencies and product capabilities. SelectHub calculates the ratings for ERP systems across more than twenty functional and business categories, using data sourced from over 1,000 software selection projects and RFPs managed through their technology selection management platform. SelectHub then validates scores with independent ERP industry and research experts to verify and ensure the accuracy of the ERP ranking methodology and findings.
Source SelectHub 2016
Epicor Software Corporation, a global leader in business software solutions for manufacturing, distribution, retail and services organizations, has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the “Visionaries” quadrant of the Magic Quadrant (MQ) for Single-Instance ERP for Product-Centric Midmarket Companies based on the evaluation of its next-generation enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, Epicor ERP.
Vendors included in the 2015 MQ for Single-Instance ERP for Product-Centric Midmarket Companies have demonstrated the ability to provide ERP systems for global, multi-entity, midsize-to-large enterprise customers across a range of industries. This MQ is focused on the needs of product-centric businesses in manufacturing, distribution or a combination of both, with between 100 and 999 employees — but potentially 3,000 employees or more — with annual revenues between $200 million and $2 billion, having limited IT resources, and seeking ERP systems with low total cost of ownership.
“We believe our positioning in the visionaries’ quadrant is testament to our customer-first focus, and our ability to deliver value through innovative software that frees businesses up to focus on growth,” said Joe Cowan, president and chief executive officer of Epicor. “With every new release of Epicor ERP we continue to raise the bar on quality, performance, and scalability, in addition to making it easier for our customers to stay current with technology enhancements whether they’ve deployed in the cloud or on-premises.”
To learn more about Gartner Magic Quadrant and how it all works click here
Source Gartner 2015
Forrester Research completed a study based on interviews with six Epicor customers. The study examines the potential ROI (return on investment) enterprises may realize by deploying Epicor ERP. It provides you with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact that Epicor ERP could have within your organisation.
To view the results click here Total Economic Impact of Epicor ERP – Forrester Research
Source Forrester 2014