A-MAP to deploy Epicor ERP solutions
Dubai, February 17, 2013
Leading automotive aftermarket spare parts distributor in the region, A-MAP has announced plans to implement the Epicor Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) business solutions software in a bid to drive significant competitive advantage and ensure best practice across the organisation.
Specialists in the distribution of aftermarket automotive spare parts, automotive batteries, tyres and lubricants, and based out of Dubai, A-MAP operates a network of branches in Asia, Africa and North America and is rapidly expanding into other markets.
Epicor ERP will optimise the business in terms of increased efficiency, reduced workload, opportunities to extract complex analytics, as well provide a venue for data warehousing to allow for future data mining.
“As part of its vision for future growth, A-MAP recognises the need for optimising its business, and supporting our vision of best run practices and world-class provision of products and services. We have ambitious strategic plans in terms of expansion in CIS and African regions, and moving over to Epicor ERP from our older system is instrumental to materialising these ambitions and have them come to life,” said its managing director Asad Badami.
Epicor flexible and scalable ERP software offers robust capabilities focused on reducing costs, streamlining processes, and improving responsiveness across the enterprise – all top priorities toward achieving continued growth and profitability, he stated.
“Success in the aftermarket means having the right parts in the right place at the right time, which A-MAP prides itself on. Implementing Epicor ERP will allow us to streamline our business and maximise profitability, responding to the vast challenges of continually increasing sales and distribution, managing channel demands and inventory management,” added Badami.-TradeArabia News Service
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