The two companies have worked on a number of joint customer projects in the UK
Epicor Software Corporation has acquired its UK-based partner Dot Net IT. The acquisition is expected to strengthen the Epicor sales, services and support team globally, and brings cloud-based, add-on solutions that extend the company’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) portfolio.
Dot Net IT is an established business solutions provider and certified Epicor alliance and channel partner specialising in Epicor ERP implementation services, support and development of add-on solutions.
US firm Epicor and Dot Net IT have been working collaboratively for a number of years with joint customers in the manufacturing and services industries, such as Dorner, Fasse Valves, Hayward Tyler, Marshall of Cambridge Aerospace and St Ives Group, for instance.
The acquisition expands the Epicor implementation bench to support customer deployments, migrations and upgrades to the latest version of Epicor ERP in the cloud or on-premises. Dot Net IT also has a dedicated team of developers delivering solutions like the popular Data Management Tool (DMT), currently used by Epicor customers and integration partners worldwide to reduce the complexities of data management for faster, more efficient implementation projects.
“Dot Net IT has been a consistently strong Epicor partner, aligned with our core values and focused on customer experience and business growth,” said Sabby Gill, executive vice president of Epicor International. “This acquisition brings valuable knowledge and experience into the fold, as Dot Net IT serves numerous Epicor customers worldwide with implementation, cloud migration and IT infrastructure support.”
“We are pleased to join Epicor and bring the expertise we’ve honed selling, implementing and developing solutions for Epicor ERP as an alliance and channel partner,” said Gary Parfrey, managing partner, Dot Net IT. “The team consists of experts in extending Epicor ERP functionality, and designing solutions to save customers time and maximise their technology investment.”