WHY EPICOR INVENTORY MANAGEMENT?
Improve service levels
Streamline your processes to increase on-time delivery, fill rates, sales and ultimately, customer satisfaction.
Reduce unnessary carriage and procurement costs with improved forecasting and complete visibility of where you’re over and understocked.
Improved forecasting through access to powerful analytics and planning data, allowing you to make better and more agile business decisions.
EPICOR INVENTORY MANAGEMENT CAPABILITIES
EPICOR SMART INVENTORY OPTIMISATION
Get more accurate order and production quantity data with a smart approach that allows for variation in demand and supply.
Reconciles holding costs, ordering costs and stock-out costs to help you implement the policy that helps achieve the lowest cost
Cloud-based inventory optimisation and management allows for easier sharing, collaboration and tracking of your inventory planning policy
Imports actual orders from Epicor ERP and identifies where they are not consistent with defined inventory policy
Share proposed policies via a collaborative workbench and allow comparison against that central benchmark
EPICOR SMART DEMAND PLANNER
Powerful and accurate forecasting for a super-streamlined supply chain enabling better lead times and reduced costs.
Create powerful forecasts at any level of the hierarchy – customer, item, product group or region
Intermittent demand module for manufacturers that manage items such as component parts, service parts, and material requirements planning (MRP)
Dozens of forecasting models available – including trending and seasonal out-of-the-box, and the ability to define your own
EPICOR SMART OPERATIONAL ANALYTICS
Real-time inventory analytics empowering better assessment of inefficiencies, benchmarking and supplier performance.
360-degree view of your inventory allowing you to quickly identify value, trends, overstocks, understocks and potential cancellations from one view
Identify the causes of stock-outs, excess inventory and late deliveries at the touch of a button
Measure current and historic performance of suppliers and rank against defined metrics
Set and monitor operational KPIs such as fill rate performance, time to ship, number of stock-out events, and holding and ordering costs