The major “game raising” news at Epicor Insights 2014 was the availability of Epicor ERP version 10 (and the underlying Epicor ICE 3.0 architecture). This release seems to be about “cleaning the house” and becoming fully Microsoft-centric, with better scalability, speed/performance, interoperability, and extensibility than Epicor ERP version 9 and Vantage/Vista 8.0, and the ability to go after larger global companies as a result.
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technologies (i.e., former SolarSoft’s CMS ERP on System i and AVP packaging ERP on Progress). Think also of iScala, Prophet 21, Eclipse, Prelude, Tropos process ERP, LumberTrack, Avante, Manage2000, Dataflo , etc. It is likely some of them will be rejuvenated and unbundled into services so that there could be integration to ICE3 and Epicor ERP 10. Also, the deployment choice, hybrid, will help with keeping these legacy offerings on premise with new modules being deployed in the cloud. iScala is likely