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Epicor takes Eagle software higher

The software company introduced Tablet POS among other innovations at its user convention in Nashville

Nashville -- Epicor Software Corp. announced the newest version of Epicor Eagle business management software during its Insights global consumer conference here.

With high penetration in the LBM and hardware space, Epicor Eagle software empowers small to midsize retailers with the tools required to optimize their business and better manage day-to-day operations, the company said. 

“We serve more than 8,000 business locations across sectors such as Hardware & Home Center, Lumber & Building Materials, Lawn & Garden, Sporting Goods, Automotive Aftermarket, Farm-Home, and Pharmacy,” said Craig McCollum, executive VP and general manager, retail distribution solutions for Epicor. “Epicor Eagle is a solution built upon decades of customer input, industry-specific experience and its ability to successfully manage the full spectrum of store operations. Continuous innovation provides our customers with the competitive advantage necessary in today’s fast-paced business environment -- ensuring continued growth and efficiency.”

Also shown during Insights 2013 was the new release of Eagle Loyalty and Eagle Tablet POS -- both of which will be available later this quarter. 

Eagle Loyalty is designed help profitably attract, retain and manage customers. Eagle Tablet POSprovides full checkout capability to non-lane personnel, which in return enhances the productivity of employees. 

Other enhancements available in the newest version of Eagle include:

Signature Capture: set up to require customer signature when a specified item is added at POS;

Special Order Alerts: set up alerts to warn staff of an item that hasn’t been received;

Importing item lists: capture a list of items using Mobile Inventory;

Recurring Suggested Order Report: discount rate policy and backorder rules will be automatically updated when report runs; and

Sales History Summary Viewer: analyze historical sales, weigh what-if scenarios and export key sales transactions.


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