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Epicor releases Eclipse 8.7.7

Epicor releases Eclipse 8.7.7 

Enhancements to the new version include improvements to EDI 810, which can now process 810 invoices for lot items and auto-match purchase orders with receipts transacted in a closed period; the addition of Small Project Jobs to track one-off rebate quotes; and Lien Tracking to track lien filing deadlines and identify jobs that may need liens filed against them.

Additionally, clients will be able to track customer-owned inventory, create purchase orders on the go, and automatically assign lot numbers and print lot labels.

By using the Epicor ICE for Eclipse companion product, clients can create Eclipse user-defined schema mappings in their SQL Database Maintenance. The data collected in these files will then be available in SQL, should users wish to leverage them in business activity queries.

The new version of Eclipse includes new transactions and corresponding responses, and new classification IDs, which have been added to the product’s Web integration utility.

Eclipse also features a new core process that handles customer-owned inventory, also known as Direct Through Stock (DTS) Inventory. The process creates DTS purchase orders, and a DTS Queue populates the Eclipse database with the sales order, purchase order, and product information, which distributors can use to create shipments for customers.

“With this latest version of Epicor Eclipse, we continue to extend our depth in key distribution verticals such as plumbing and electrical,” said Malcolm Fox, VP, product marketing, Epicor. “Recent customer signings for Epicor Eclipse have included Johnstone Supply of Buffalo, New York; Wells Supply Co. of Santa Ana, California; and Plumbers Wholesale Supply of Gadsden, Alabama.

“We expect the momentum to continue with the release of this latest version delivering enhancements to further enable distributors to drive costs out of the supply chain, increase sales and margins, and improve overall customer service,” Fox concluded.

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