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Epicor Software adds Inetora as value-added reseller and consultancy

Epicor Software adds Inetora as value-added reseller and consultancy

Inetora is building a distributed consultancy to address demand for ERP systems in New Zealand.

Xen Zambas.

Xen Zambas.

Enterprise software vendor Epicor is partnering with Inetora to boost its presence in New Zealand.

Inetora operates as a partnership of business professionals offering implementation, optimisation, and business mentoring services for Epicor ERP.

The company will now become an Epicor value-added reseller and authorised consultancy delivering integrated end-to-end enterprise systems. 

“Epicor is expanding across Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands," said Greg O’Loan, regional vice president, A/NZ for Epicor Software. 

"Our partnership with Inetora is integral to this expansion strategy and reflects our ambition to become the ERP provider of choice in the region."

O'Loan said Inetora was chosen due to its reputation for a high level of support and service and its commitment to being an industry leader.

Inetora director, Xenophon Zambas, said there was strong demand in New Zealand for ERP solutions. Inetora is building a practice specifically around delivering Epicor. 

"We’re focused on the manufacturing industry, specifically, connecting the boardroom to the shop floor more effectively," Zambas said.

Known customers include Southern Spars, Electropar and Filercorp.

The partnership with Inetora follows a renewed agreement with existing partner Datec, which covers the Pacific Islands of Fiji and Vanuatu. Datec specialises in financials and supply chains, working with governments and large enterprises.


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