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Epicor unveils next-generation service-oriented architecture
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Feb '08
Epicor Software Corporation, a leading provider of enterprise business software solutions for the midmarket and divisions of Global 1000 companies unveiled Epicor Internet Component Environment (ICE) 2.0 at the Microsoft "Heroes Happen Here" launch in Los Angeles.

Epicor ICE 2.0 is the Company's next-generation industry-leading service-oriented architecture (SOA) for building dynamic business applications, and will exploit the capabilities of Microsoft Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008, and Visual Studio 2008.

Based on proven Web services technologies such as the Microsoft .NET Framework, Epicor ICE 2.0 (currently scheduled for release in Q2 2008) delivers a truly adaptable SOA that will help businesses reduce costs, increase hardware utilization, optimize infrastructure and server availability, and drive unprecedented user productivity.

The backbone of Epicor's next-generation resource planning (ERP) solutions, Epicor ICE 2.0 fuses Web 2.0 and Enterprise SOA concepts to deliver an adaptable framework for creating dynamic applications delivered via rich user experiences. Epicor ICE 2.0 provides a truly collaborative and dynamic enterprise application experience, offering new levels of flexibility, usability and agility in support of application-to-application and business-to-business integration.

According to a recent report, Forrester Research defines this type of next-generation enterprise application as "dynamic business applications -- software systems that embody business processes; are built for change; and deliver rich, context-aware information to individual users. Dynamic business apps and Web 2.0 applications share many of the same characteristics and requirements." (Developing Enterprise Web 2.0 Applications, Forrester Research, Inc., July 2007).

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