Epicor Software Corporation, has released Epicor ERP version 10 at its annual customer conference, representing the transformation of business software. Customers are already live and running their businesses on Epicor ERP version 10, including Allambi Youth Services, Boers & Co FineMetalworking Group, Cylicron Engineered Cylinders, LLC., Enpress LLC, Habasit America, Hallmark Building Supplies, Humtown Products, MK Products, and XT (previously Xstrata Technology). Epicor ERP version 10 introduces a number of new applications and technologies that help transform the way companies operate. Based on the five principles of collaboration, choice, responsiveness, simplicity and mobility, Epicor ERP version 10 is designed to help organizations work better, both internally and externally, leveraging the knowledge and experience of the people and systems connected together throughout the supply chain. With a streamlined experience across multiple devices and expanded deployment choices -- on premise, cloud or managed service -- Epicor ERP version 10 delivers a consistent experience, delivered in a single solution. The new touch-enabled, intuitive user interface (UI) is designed from the ground up to work with touch screen devices -- empowering users to work the way they want.

Based in the Netherlands, Boers & Co FineMetalworking Group was the first customer to go live with Epicor ERP version 10. Boers enjoys a 100-year history of delivering fine mechanical parts, high precision assembly and sheet metal products to customers in the medical appliances, flow-control, automotive and petro-chemical industries. The company implemented Epicor ERP, from the shop floor to finance, to meet the growing customer demand for access to real-time information. "With Epicor ERP version 10 we can see the advantages of the new user interface -- it makes everything simpler and easier to use," said Jos Greeve, ICT Manager at Boers. "Epicor ERP version 10 will change the way we work and the computers we use -- touch enabled, touch friendly -- the new menus allow employees to adopt the solution to the way they want to work."

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