Epicor goes mobile with software solution
Dublin, Calif.-based Epicor has made available mobile versions of its software solutions for manufacturing, distribution and retail.
Developed by the dedicated Epicor mobile development team, Mobile Manager for Catalyst and ECS Pro allows storeowners and managers to get more done by serving them real-time information on their Android or Apple smartphone or tablet. Managers can respond to customer inquiries, track the health of the business and make informed decisions with their mobile device.
Mobile Manager is available for Epicor Catalyst and ECS Pro. The company also announced a new hosted solution for companies that do not want to maintain their own computer infrastructure, and an Epicor Payment Exchange for handling card payments.
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Epicor markets a range of enterprise software products targeted at mid-sized companies. The fact that they are spreading towards mobile industry is just a normal phase in their expansion on the market. Web Security is also a good area for development as with the new era of smart phones and tablets this is a must.
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Sales decline at AERT
Advanced Environmental Recycling Technologies (AERT), the maker of ChoiceDek decking products, announced that its net sales for the fourth quarter of 2011 were $8.8 million, down 37.1% from $14.0 million in the fourth quarter of 2010. The Springdale, Ark. manufacturer attributed $4.6 million of the quarter’s reduction to an accrual for the refresh of inventory at Lowe’s.
AERT’s net loss for fiscal 2011, which ended Dec. 31, 2011, was $8.0 million, as compared to the 2010 net loss of $5.9 million.
The inventory refresh entails replacing the existing ChoiceDek boards at Lowe’s 1,700 stores with a new line called ChoiceDek Foundations, which is the fourth product introduction since the decking program with Lowe’s commenced in 1998. The new ChoiceDek Foundations is being launched in all Lowe’s stores for the 2012 deck building season.
In addition to ChoiceDek, a plastic and wood composite that is sold exclusively at Lowe’s, AERT also manufacturers MoistureShield decking for the professional market. AERT said it continues to refine its advanced recycling operations in Watts, Okla. to provide a hedge against rising plastic feedstock costs. The company hopes to position itself for sales of recycled plastic to other manufacturers as well as improving the consistency of the plastic being used for its own decking.
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Leviton appoints new sales executive
Melville, N.Y.-based Leviton, manufacturer of electrical devices, promoted Marvin Hagemeier to the position of director of commercial and industrial sales for the Western Region.
Hagemeier joined Leviton in 1985 as an electrical distribution sales representative in East and Central Texas, and was promoted to Electrical Distribution Sales Manager for the Dallas District in 1992. In 2010 he assumed the role of South Central Regional Sales Manager.
Hagemeier will succeed Izzy Oleinik, who after a career of 23 years with Leviton, retired on January 1, 2012.
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