E - Definitions

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    e-filing (electronic filing)

    E-filing is the electronic submission of information that is required by law.

  • e-invoicing

    E-invoicing (or electronic invoicing) is the delivery of bills and related information by an enterprise to its clients using electronic communications, usually the Internet.

  • EDGAR

    EDGAR (Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval) is an online public database from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

  • EDIFACT

    EDIFACT (ISO 9735) is the international standard for electronic data interchange (EDI).

  • engineering bill of materials (EBOM)

    An engineering bill of materials (EBOM) is a product recipe structured from the design standpoint, rather than the manufacturing standpoint.

  • enterprise accounting software

    Enterprise accounting software is technology that keeps track of an organization's financial transactions and data.

  • enterprise asset management (EAM)

    Enterprise asset management (EAM) is a broad term vendors use to describe software that provides managers with a way to view company-owned assets holistically.

  • Epicor Software Corp.

    Epicor Software Corp. is a global business software vendor that sells ERP and other software to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and large enterprises.

  • ERP (enterprise resource planning)

    Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is an industry term for the broad set of activities that help an organization manage its business. An important goal of ERP software is to facilitate the flow of information so business decisions can be data-driven.

  • ERP finance module

    An ERP (enterprise resource planning) finance module is a software program that gathers financial data and generates reports such as ledgers, trail balance data, overall balance sheets and quarterly financial statements.

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