JMO’s line includes the JMO Indago warehouse management system, enterprise mobilityapplications and related services for automotive aftermarket and original equipment parts. In its announcement, Epicor said, “The JMO acquisition extends Epicor’s industry-leading portfolio of business growth solutions to virtually every functional area of the automotive parts and service industry.” Founded in 1988 as a software consulting firm, JMO launched its first WMS product in 1996. Epicor termed Indago, “the predominant choice of aftermarket distributors throughout the U.S. and Canada.” Indago integrates with ERP systems including Epicor’s Vision, Eagle and Ultimate lines. Among the company’s mobile lines are rugged, lightweight mobile scanners, wearable voice and data mobile computers, and mobile and desktop printers.
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Epicor has purchased JMO Business Systems, which makes software for the automotive market. Terms were not disclosed.