Epicor Software, a business software solutions company, has released Epicor Cash Collect, an extension of the accounts receivable (A/R) module in the next-generation Epicor enterprise resource planning (ERP) software solution which helps streamline and automate A/R, credit and collections activities.
Epicor Cash Collect centralises credit and collections activities in a single database with integrated email, phone dialler options, and full reporting and analysis. It enables companies to document phone calls, review cash forecasts, track invoice disputes, and keep employees informed through automated communications.
“Epicor Cash Collect is an important addition to Epicor ERP,” said Chris Purcell, product marketing manager at Epicor. “The collection of A/R is often an overlooked asset in business and this new application will help ensure that the process is easy and efficient for Epicor customers.”
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