Epicor wins Stevie Award for its EpicCare platform

By Sophie Chapman
The US-based software company, Epicor, has won a Stevie Award for its EpicCare support platform. The firm won the award for “Customer Service Departm...

The US-based software company, Epicor, has won a Stevie Award for its EpicCare support platform.

The firm won the award for “Customer Service Department of the Year – Computer Software” at the 16th annual award ceremony.

“The nominations submitted for The 2018 American Business Awards were outstanding,” commented Michael Gallagher, President and Founder at Stevie Awards.

“The competition was intense, and those recognised as Stevie Award winners should be proud of this accomplishment.”

Epicor launched a digital transformation which began with the EpicCare platform – which replaced more than 15 existing support systems and over 50 customer portals.

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The customer service management solution serves more than 70 products and has 20,0000 customers.

“We are delighted to be named a 2018 Stevies Award winner,” said Steve Murphy, CEO, Epicor Software.

“The rollout of EpicCare enabled a single, consistent, global support platform servicing all Epicor products, across all business units and all geographies.”

“Further, it encompasses our continual movement towards knowledge-centric support through powerful customer self-service tools.”

“EpicCare has improved our customer’s overall experience and is key for us to continue to deliver the highest level of customer service, overall customer satisfaction, and is a strategic initiative that in turn helps our customers grow.”

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