Epicor Software Corporation have showcased its vision for the 'Connected Enterprise' of the future.
At its annual Insights customer conference, Epicor revealed how the latest version of its global enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, Epicor ERP 10.2.400, enables operational environments where factories, warehouses, and machines are all connected to improve productivity and competitiveness.
Harnessing artificial intelligence, automation, and analytic capabilities to drive efficiencies across all operational assets, the connected enterprise makes it possible for manufacturers to initiate knowledge-enabled systems that can enhance processes and optimally utilise people and machines. Capable of improving the flexibility and overall effectiveness of a company's factory and distribution network, the latest version of Epicor ERP will provide a powerful platform for manufacturers as they embrace digital transformation.
Industry analyst IDC predicts "that over 40 percent of manufacturers will have enterprise-wide digital transformation initiatives in place by 2021, and 2024, more than 60 percent of G2000 manufacturing organisations will rely on AI platforms to drive digital transformation across the supply chain, leading to productivity gains of more than 20 percent."
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