Enterprise software vendor Epicor Software Corporation has unveiled a new partner recruitment project aimed at expanding its European channel for its enterprise and manufacturing products.
“We have had an outstanding year and 2006 looks equally promising,” said Harry Mowat, Epicor's EMEA channel sales director. “We are now looking for a number of new partners to capitalize on this opportunity. However, unlike some vendors who value quantity, we are looking for quality over quantity, preferring to work closely with our partners to build a sustainable customer base.”
Selected partners will complete a formal training and certification process and will join Epicor's 80 existing European partners.
“Our Epicor for Service Enterprises and Epicor Vantage manufacturing solutions are delivering major benefits for customers and we are especially looking for partners that have experience in vertical markets such as enterprise service automation (ESA), distribution, financial services, hospitality and entertainment, industrial machinery, light engineering, manufacturing, non-profit, and pharmaceutical as well as broad enterprise or manufacturing software implementation experience," said Mowat.
Reseller Epaccsys joined Epicor's partner programme in 2003 and claims to have doubled its revenue year-on-year for 2005, based primarily on implementations of Epicor for Service Enterprises
Ian Garvey, co-founder and director of Epaccsys, said, “The concept of web services-based applications was starting to gain popularity and the benefits to the end-user in implementation, support and deployment was clear. We found potential customers with relative ease.”
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