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Marshall Aerospace Selects Epicor Software’s ERP Solution

January 14, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  Epicor Software

Marshall Aerospace has selected the Epicor 9 next-generation enterprise resource planning, or ERP, solution from Epicor Software Corporation, to underpin its business as part of a multi-phase change management project to transform the organisation’s core business processes.

Epicor will take over all human resource functions, purchasing, inventory, warehousing, sales processing, project management, and enable process enforcement across the business. Within the Aerostructures and Systems division, Epicor will also be providing full manufacturing functionality to enable the production and management of medium volume manufacturing runs, something this division has not had before.

Using Epicor’s Business Process Management (BPM) features and Epicor Service Connect will allow Marshall Aerospace to separate its business logic from the underlying code. Whenever business rules and processes are revised these can be implemented without the need for outside consultants or programming.

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