Well … I guess all good things come to an end.
I’ve been managing Epicor for my company since 2007. Seeing an upgrade from Vista 4, to Vista 8, to E10. I actually left the company in 2009, but was managing “Epicor” (some users still call it Vista) as a consultant.
The company has since decided to use consulting firm to manage Epicor. So my time with the Epicor products is coming to an end.
I may drop by here every now and then and provide help where I can. But with losing access to Epicor, I won’t be able to try out solutions to problems that are new to me.
Take care all …
If anyone needs some Epicor help in the Southeastern Pennsylvania (or via remote access), hit me up on LinkedIn. I’m the only Calvin Krusen there.