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Epicor Helping Aftermarket Businesses Adapt to the ‘New Now’

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Since consumers are unwilling to visit stores, an Epicor B2C website empowers businesses to continue to sell parts and supplies online. (Photo : Epicor)

Epicor Software Corporation launched a series of free webinars designed to help parts providers maintain business operation and attract new customers during the “New Now”  as a result of COVID-19.

They include in-depth sessions of Epicor Vision and Eagle with tips and tricks to offer “hands-free” customer interactions and electronic payment processing while managing inventories on a virtual basis.

All businesses face unexpected challenges, but we are truly experiencing a ‘New Now’ that calls for increased creativity and agility.

— Stephen Gannon, Automotive Business Lead, Epicor.

“Aftermarket businesses rely on Epicor because our solutions are designed to help them continue to serve customers in virtually all situations. Our webinars guide Epicor users in leveraging these unique system features to help enable them to outperform their competitors even when times are especially difficult,” added Gannon.

Each webinar includes details about the Epicor business-to-consumer (B2C) eCommerce website offering. Since consumers are unwilling to visit stores, an Epicor B2C website empowers businesses to continue to sell parts and supplies online.

These websites are powered by the Epicor PartExpert electronic catalogue offering full eCommerce functionality, including payment processing.

To learn more, visit https://www.epicor.com/en-us/erp-systems/eagle-aftermarket and https://www.epicor.com/en-us/erp-systems/vision.

For information about the webinar series or to access archived recordings, email [email protected].

 

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