Vapor Recovery Equipment Manufacturer Automates A/R Management in Epicor ERP and Reduces DSO by 51%

Chardon, Ohio, May 08, 2014-  e2b teknologies, publishers of Epicor Cash Collect, accounts receivable management automation for Epicor ERP, announced today the success of a new customer in the Environmental Services Industry.  With the help of Epicor Cash Collect, the customer has replaced manual accounts receivable activities and significantly reduced Days Sales Outstanding.

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Upcoming Webinar: Put Epicor A/R on Auto-Pilot and Get Paid Faster with Epicor Cash Collect

Epicor ERP is a strong solution, but it lacks automation necessary for fast and effective accounts receivable management, a critical factor in the health of a company’s cash flow. Epicor Cash Collect is a robust A/R collections management module for Epicor ERP which enhances the ERP system with the automation required to put accounts receivable on auto-pilot. Continue reading

Latest Version of Accounts Receivable Management Solution for Epicor ERP Now Available

Chardon, Ohio, April 29, 2014 –Today e2b teknologies, an Epicor Alliance partner, announced the availability of the latest release of Epicor Cash Collect, version 10. The announcement was made at the Epicor Insights 2014 partner and customer conference coinciding with the release of Epicor ERP version 10. Epicor Cash Collect extends the Epicor ERP accounts receivable module with automation and workflow to help businesses better manage accounts receivable, credit, and collections so they can get paid faster. Continue reading

Accounts receivable management for Epicor ERP

collections for epicor erpIn the year following the implementation Accounts receivable management for Epicor ERP, Systems Maintenance Services (SMS), a global provider of IT and Managed services, reduced their days sales outstanding (DSO) by 40%, they get money to the bank almost one full month faster, they are more efficient when it comes to their accounts receivable activities, and most impressively, in 2012 they collected more money than they invoiced!

how did they do it?

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