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Epicor Software partners with NZ technology solutions integrator

27 Nov 17

Epicor Software Corporation, a global provider of industry-specific enterprise software to promote business growth, announced a new partnership in New Zealand with Inetora Limited.

The partnership reflects a commitment by Epicor to grow its presence in New Zealand, with Inetora becoming part of a group of value-added resellers and authorised consultants delivering integrated end-to-end enterprise solutions.

Epicor has more than 40 years of experience meeting the needs of manufacturing, distribution, retail, and service industry customers.

Inetora operates throughout New Zealand as a partner of business professionals with a focus on systems and software.

They offer implementation, optimisation, and business mentoring services for the global enterprise resource planning solution Epicor ERP.  

Greg O’Loan, Epicor Software, regional vice president ANZ, says, “Epicor is expanding across Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands.

“Our partnership with Inetora is integral to this expansion strategy and reflects our ambition to become the ERP provider of choice in the region. Inetora was chosen due to its reputation for a high level of support and service provided to businesses in New Zealand and for its commitment to being an industry leader. We’re excited to work with such strong regional partners to help their customers drive growth, especially when these partners share the same dynamic growth objectives as Epicor.”

Xenophon Zambas, Inetora’s director, adds, “The New Zealand marketplace is experiencing strong demand for ERP solutions, so Inetora is building a practice specifically around delivering Epicor solutions.

“We’re focused on the manufacturing industry, specifically, connecting the boardroom to the shop floor more effectively. With extended support from Epicor we are able to build further on our commitment to provide excellent service to our customers.”

The partnership with Inetora is one of a handful of new partnerships and follows a renewed agreement with an existing partner, Datec, which covers the Pacific Islands of Fiji and Vanuatu.

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