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Strategic Supply Chain Management—
Sourcing and Procurement
Explore how Epicor Sourcing and Procurement Management can help your Business Grow

Simplifying Supply Chain Management with Epicor ERP


Lighting Services Inc has a diverse supply chain of lighting products. See how they use Epicor ERP to manage it.

Why will supply chains become more transparent over the next 10 years?


The supply chain is no longer a chain – it’s a network and the greatest driver to supply chain networking is businesses themselves – particularly in manufacturing.

Inventory Management Best Practices with Cox Hardware


See how Cox Hardware utilizes Inventory Best Practices for business success.

Supply Chain Management

The primary purpose for the existence of any supply chain is to satisfy customer needs and business profits. Supply chain activities begin with a customer order and end when a satisfied customer pays for their purchase. This is often referred to as perfect order fulfillment, from quote-to-cash. Everything that happens in between should be driven by the single goal of adding value to the inputs and making it closer to whatever the end customer requires.


  • Centralized customer relationship management

  • Efficient multichannel sales order processing

  • Streamlined fulfillment process for reservation or allocation of inventories with queue and task management of all transactions

  • Full support of kitted items including engineered assembly requirements

  • Multiple unit of measurement tracking throughout

  • Extensive landed cost capabilities and container tracking

  • Company, plant, warehouse, and bin level visibility and management of inventory

  • Extensive inventory management including cradle-to-grave serial and lot control, and part cross-reference

  • Flexible cycle counting and physical inventory

  • Numerous costing methods supported, including average, last, FIFO, lot, and standard costing

  • Queue-driven events direct next task for workers via RF-handheld devices and barcode scanning in the warehouse

  • Comprehensive supply chain management, including demand-driven purchase and kitting suggestions

  • Optimized shipping encompassed carrier integration, drop ship and cross-docking functionality  

  • Accurate and agile finance and accounting

  • Customer and supplier portals, dashboards, business process management (BPM),and enterprise search to support enterprise performance management initiatives

  • Support for global trade standards, country of origin, and RoHS compliance

  • Global, multicompany, multiplant, multiwarehouse deployment

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