The financial application vendor Platinum Software said it has not managed to integrate product portfolios with DataWorks, which the company bought late last year.
But Platinum, which changed its name to Epicore last week, told PC Week that the company does not see the integration delay as causing problems with potential customers. Nor will it compromise Epicore's corporate rebranding as an ERP vendor, the firm said.
Kevin Riegelsberger, vice president of international operations at Epicore, said he expected that the first stage of integration - between DataWorks ERP and the advanced planning and scheduling module tied to Platinum's front office suite - will be completed before the end of this year.
Epicore has also launched an up-front guarantee program for fixed-price and fixed-timescale implementation for its enterprise resource planning suite for small and medium businesses.
Since acquiring DataWorks, Platinum has pitched itself as an ERP vendor to rival such established vendors as JD Edwards, Baan, Oracle, PeopleSoft and SAP.
These companies all have inappropriate offering for the mid-market, Epicore claimed.
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