AUSTIN, Texas — Epicor Software Corp., a business software provider, has enhanced its Epicor Eagle aftermarket business management solution for automotive parts providers.
The version is available either in a shop or on the cloud.
The new Eagle product includes several new or enhanced point-of-sale (POS), inventory, purchasing and other features that Epicor said it designed to help auto parts businesses save time, increase sales and deliver a sound customer experience.
"We're continually developing and implementing innovative new tools to address the unique demands of the motor vehicle aftermarket," Stephen Gannon, automotive business lead at Epicor, said.
Among the enhanced features are:
- Support for multiple barcode scanners enables interchangeable use of up to two OPOS scanners at POS;
- Support for the Magellan 9800i Barcode/Scale Scanner offering multiple scanning points and an integrated scale;
- Physical inventory posting, allowing users to finalize records by selecting items in the grid to be processed;
- Purchasing order detail viewer features new columns for inventory location codes for up to six stocking locations;
- AP assist processing viewer allows users to process non-PO documents, such as utility bills, internet bills and other expenses.
- Statement archive viewer has added a new miscellaneous menu item, allowing users to send historical archived documents to customers via email;
- Primary customer contact validation allows users to validate a customer's primary contact information when adding, changing or deleting a contact;
- Enhanced detection allows users to identify if the credit card processing network goes down and provides options for floor limits if accepting credit cards when using offline point of sale;
- Support for 10 additional label types via the addition of new printing options; and
- Document scanning queue has added a Lot ID field in the DSQ acquire function, allowing users to add documents, including required certificates of inspection, to specific SKU/Lot records during the receiving process.