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Datix and AIM Computer Solutions Partner to Provide First-Class Epicor Automotive Solutions

ST. LOUIS, Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Datix, a premier Epicor ERP consulting firm located in St. Louis, MO and AIM, an industry leader in providing manufacturing solutions for automotive parts suppliers based in Fraser, MI are proud to announce a new collaboration aimed at supplying the automotive industry with top-of-the-line Epicor ERP software solutions.

Datix & AIM shaking hands

The new agreement ensures that both organizations will be even more equipped with superior resources, knowledge and experience in order to serve clients of all kinds in the automotive sector. If an automotive manufacturer comes to Datix or AIM looking for a software solution or integration for their enterprise suite, they will now have the resources of both businesses to draw from.

"We are excited for this new partnership with Datix, Inc.," says Jerry Czernel, Vice President of Operations at AIM Computer Solutions, Inc.  "Their knowledge of Enterprise Application solutions and their experience in manufacturing will prove a real asset as we work to bring the best in class ERP solutions to automotive manufacturers throughout the Midwest," continues Czernel.

With this move, Datix also joins the Epicor Automotive Alliance, an international partnership of businesses that has proven experience with automotive suppliers and discrete enterprise resource planning systems. With partners all over the U.S. and others in both Mexico and Canada, the EAA is primed to serve automotive manufacturers and parts suppliers all over North America, whatever their unique software requirements may be.

Candice Evertowski, Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer, is enthusiastic about the partnership and what it presents for the future of ERP solutions and their ability to solve problems unique to the automotive manufacturing industry.   

"AIM has been leading the way in software solutions for the automotive parts industry for a long time and we are incredibly enthusiastic about what the new partnership can achieve. Both Datix and AIM understand the unique challenges that automotive manufacturers face, including staying lean and efficient while managing both globalizing supply chains and rapidly changing customer trends. We know that this new partnership will allow our clients to face these challenges head on with a powerful Epicor ERP system."

About Datix

Datix is a premier software services company based in St. Louis, MO, USA. During our 18 years in operation, we have worked with clients in a wide range of industries. Our unique approach in optimizing business processes through software can be applied to almost any industry, from manufacturing to product distribution. As authorized partners of Epicor, Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics, Magento and Scribe, we specialize in Business Process Management and Enterprise Application solutions, including customizable integration options. Unity is Datix's pre-built integration solution for ERP and CRM enterprise software, available to connect your software seamlessly without any of the normal errors or bugs that can come with integration.

Datix also provides a wide range of ERP and CRM support services, business consulting and software development to our clients all over the globe. www.datixinc.com

About AIM Computer Solutions

AIM Computer Solutions, Inc. is a software solutions company based in Fraser, MI, USA.  We have been providing business software solutions for manufacturers, primarily in the automotive industry, for more than 25 years.  Our expertise covers specialized EDI, job costing and standard cost requirements.  We offer three distinct solutions to meet your specific ERP needs.  AIM Vision® is our solution for small to mid-size repetitive automotive suppliers.  AutoCOR is an ERP solution for mid-size to large automotive suppliers.  We are certified, authorized partners of Epicor and provide Epicor ERP solutions, implementation and business consultancy.  For the latest news and updates, connect with AIM on LinkedIn, Facebook or follow @aimcomERPnews on Twitter.  www.aimcom.com

Datix Media Contact: Candice Evertowski
Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer
Datix
314-962-3466 ext. 1004
[email protected]

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