Omeir Bin Youssef & Sons to upgrade Epicor ERP
Abu Dhabi auto dealer to upgrade ten years old Epicor ERP solution
Auto dealer Omeir Bin Youssef & Sons, which operates in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain, is set to upgrade its Epicor ERP to the latest version.
The company, an authorised dealer for will upgrade from its existing Epicor ERP, which has been in use for the past ten years. Omeir Bin Youssef & Sons aims to leverage functional improvements in the latest release, focused on cost reduction, process improvement, and customer responsiveness in order to support its own expansion plans. The upgraded solution is expected to enhance the organisation's operational efficiency, thereby increasing its competitiveness in the UAE's fast growing automobile industry.
"The Epicor Enterprise suite has been working quite well at our organization for over 10 years, ensuring seamless operations and customer experience," said Godfrey Alemao, director of finance for Omeir Bin Youssef & Sons LLC. "But, given that customers today are empowered by technology and we face aggressive competition in the automotive industry, we felt the time is appropriate to adopt the latest version with its technical enhancements. It is a calculated move towards boosting our operational efficiency without inconveniencing our employees, who are very comfortable with the existing Epicor software. We believe that the later version will also give us greater flexibility in tailoring features to our own business processes."
The upgrade will be implemented by Index Infotech, a member of the Epicor Inspired Partner Network in the UAE.
"Omeir Bin Youssef & Sons LLC has been committed to its Epicor solution for almost a decade now," said Jawad Squalli, regional vice president for Epicor in Middle East, Africa and India. "This level of customer loyalty is what we consider a true mark of a good product and it affirms confidence in our offerings. Our partner has played a key role in providing the high standards of services to our customer, and has helped us build a solid reputation in the Middle East market."