Epicor Software reorganizes in time for AAPEX
Epicor Software Corp. has reorganized its automotive aftermarket business in the United States and Europe.
Steve Bieszczat has been appointed senior vice president, automotive and marketing, with responsibility for the company’s automotive aftermarket electronic catalog, systems, data warehouse products, and services.
He has more than 25 years of experience with Epicor, primarily in the automotive;electrical; hardware and home center; lumber and building materials; and specialty hard goods markets. In addition t to his new responsibilities, Bieszczat will retain his current responsibilities for Epicor retail distribution solutions.
Scott Thompson has been appointed vice president, automotive eCommerce, a position which complements his existing role leading the Epicor Internet AutoParts (IAP) business, which links automotive wholesalers and service providers. Thompson will take charge of the company’s growing portfolio of eCommerce and connectivity solutions as well as the popular Epicor Integrated Service Estimator (ISE) job estimating and parts sourcing solution for specialty automotive service chains.
“We are committed to helping the traditional channel in particular maximize service levels while minimizing the cost of doing business," says Craig McCollum, executive vice president and general manager, retail distribution solutions.
Bieszczat and Thompson will be available to meet with aftermarket business owners, managers and other industry professionals at booth No. 2234 during the 2012 Automotive Aftermarket Products Exposition (AAPEX) in Las Vegas, Nev., Oct. 30 through Nov. 1.
Epicor Software serves hundreds of thousands of replacement parts manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, vehicle service providers, and consumers. For more information, visit www.epicor.com.