Epicor Software Corporation, a global provider of industry-specific enterprise software to promote business growth, today announced Technology Coast Partners (TCP) as its latest partner in Mexico, Central and South America to fulfill the enterprise resource planning (ERP) needs of businesses in the region. The demand for ERP in Latin America is growing rapidly, thanks in part to the rise of Mexico’s manufacturing industry.
TCP is based in Miami and led by Gonzalo F. Núñez, president and CEO, who brings over twenty-five years of experience with Epicor ERP. Alongside him will be Ivan Rebolledo Kanter, partner, who has specialized in Epicor solutions for over 20 years. Over the last 30 years, the two have personally been involved with hundreds of ERP implementations, accompanying companies on their path to success in digital transformation.
“With our collective years of experience, we understand the best practices for ERP implementations and with our extensive knowledge about Epicor ERP, we can attest that it eliminates many common business challenges, since it is designed with industry best practices in mind,” said Núñez, “We want all our customers to understand the benefits of an easy-to-use solution such as Epicor ERP and how it can elevate their business.”
The company also has offices in Mexico, Peru, Chile, Argentina, and Colombia. TCP plans on covering the ERP needs of manufacturers in those countries, all of Central America and Ecuador. In addition to reselling Epicor ERP in the region, they will also provide business consulting, custom software development, and managed services for their customers.
“Our growth strategy in Latin America is to leverage the channel for increased exposure and new business opportunities,” said Antonio Lopez, vice president for Latin America, Epicor. “The TCP team has a wealth of experience to draw from to accompany businesses throughout the ERP lifecycle and help manufacturers in the region become more profitable and grow through easy-to-use solutions that best fit their needs.”
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