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Epicor to Support SQL Server 2014

Provides a look at potent technology ‘under the hood’ of new Epicor ERP v10

Epicor has announced its support for Microsoft SQL Server 2014 in its new Epicor ERP version 10 release.

Epicor ERP version 10 is fully optimized for SQL Server 2014, the newest version of SQL Server introduced earlier this month. SQL Server 2014 is part of the powerful new Epicor ERP technology foundation designed to help drive twice the performance and four times the scalability of previous Epicor ERP releases, along with improved ease of use, reduced IT cost and complexity announced the press release.

“Epicor ERP version 10 is architected specifically for Microsoft’s data platform and SQL Server 2014,” said Erik Johnson, ‎vice president, technology strategy at Epicor Software. “Epicor ERP version 10 is optimized for the SQL Server 2014 data engine, analysis and reporting services, enabling our solution to scale from 30 to 1000s of users in a very cost effective manner. SQL Server 2014 provides exactly what our ERP customers are looking for in a database technology — easy to manage high availability and fast data processing capabilities. In virtually all aspects, Epicor ERP version 10 performance is now double that of our previous releases, and achieves much better hardware efficiency, which lowers infrastructure costs significantly.“

“Epicor has an exceptional track record of innovation in application development, leveraging new Microsoft technologies to enable customers to drive efficiency throughout their business operations and attain competitive advantage,” said Eron Kelly, general manager, SQL Product Marketing, Microsoft Corporation. “And now with its first-mover adoption of SQL Server 2014, Epicor ushers in a whole new level of breakthrough performance, accelerated business insights and the ability to scale globally on-premises and in the cloud – allowing customers to best leverage data to effectively compete in the new era of digital disruption.”

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