Introduce yourself!


(Jose C Gomez) #21

Name
Jose Gomez

Geographic location
Jacksonville, FL

Company you work for and what they do
Six S Partners, Epicor Partner, ISV

What you do at your company
Senior Software Engineer / Jack of All Trades

What version of Epicor are you on (put that in your profile too, it helps!)
All of them

What technical level you are with regards to Epicor.
Pretty Advanced, been doing Epicor for 12+ years on the technical side.

Anything else you might think is interesting.
I work with @Ernie and @Chris_Conn, I love a challenge which is sometimes my undoing. I like to tinker with things and break things and put them back together. I have 3 kids I am fluent in Spanish (Native speaker… as if you couldn’t tell by my name).


(Mark Wonsil) #22

Joe?


(Brandon Anderson) #23

News to me, I thought he was French…


(Charlie Smith) #24

I thought I remembered you working for a customer before this. I remember because you were in my area at the time but I don’t remember who.


(Surendra Pal) #25

Name
Surendra Pal

Geographic location
Pink City Jaipur - India(supporting around the world Epicor customers)

Company you work for and what they do
Independent Epicor Consultant

What you do at your company
Everything (Owner)

What version of Epicor you are on (put that in your profile too, it helps!)
Currently I have customers on 8.03, 9.05, 10.1.500, 10.1.600, and 10.2

What technical level you are with regards to Epicor.
Advanced, been doing Epicor for 12+ years on the technical and Functional.


(Josh Owings) #26

@HasoKeric

Can you give me a call? I have a question for you, but I cannot figure out how to private message on the site. I must need “training”.

Thanks!


(Josh Owings) #27

I see it wiped my signature.

864-397-9193 is my office number.

Jowings@jrautomation.com is my email.

Later,

**Josh Owings ** | JR Automation | 22 S. Main St, Greenville, SC 29601

ERP Applications Manager | jowings@jrautomation.com | O: +1.864.397.9193 | C: +1.864.884.6587

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(Adrian Mepham) #28

Name
Adrian Mepham

Geographic location
Maidstone, Kent, United Kingdom

Company
Waterloo Air Products.
Air conditioning products. Grilles, diffusers etc

What I do
I write and maintain the configurators, BAQs, BPMs, and customisations

Epicor Version
We are currently using 10.1.500.28

Technical level of expertise
I would class myself as intermediate with my strongest area being the configurator


(Ernie Lowell) #29

Yup… I worked for Sterling Machine in Enfield, back in the early 00’s as the Network Admin/Epicor guy. They were upgrading from Vista 6 to Vantage 8.03. Fun times!


(Mark Tellefson) #30

Name
Mark Tellefson

Geographic location
Northwest Minnesota

Company you work for and what they do
Rapat Corporation - Industrial conveyor manufacturer

What you do at your company
IT

What version of Epicor you are on (put that in your profile too, it helps!)
10.1.600 working on upgrade to 10.2.200

What technical level you are with regards to Epicor.
I work with Brandon and I know enough to listen and nod while he talks out problems and then comes up with the answer himself.

Anything else you might think is interesting.
I have been using Epicor (DCD, Vantage) for 26 years.


(Nathan your friendly neighborhood Support Engineer) #31

Name:
Nathan Anderson

Geographic location:
Minneapolis/Saint Paul, MN area

Company you work for and what they do
Epicor. If you haven’t heard of us, we make some pretty amazing software.

What you do at your company
Within the broader ERP support team, I work in the Technical Support side.

What version of Epicor you are on (put that in your profile too, it helps!)
All of them. :open_mouth:

What technical level you are with regards to Epicor.
As a senior escalation point for worldwide ERP technical support, I guess above average?

Anything else you might think is interesting.
In a previous life I used to install the monitoring equipment that Nielsen used (of TV ratings fame) in people’s homes. Also, my cube is used in new employee tours. “When you see the cube with all the rubber ducks, you’ve gone too far”.


(Chad) #32

Name:
Chad Helgemoe

Geographic location:
Minneapolis/Saint Paul, MN area

Company you work for and what they do
Evolve Systems / Evolve Payment- Website development and B2B and Card Not Present (CNP) processing

What you do at your company
B2B Business Development

What version of Epicor you are on (put that in your profile too, it helps!)
Not on Epicor currently

What technical level you are with regards to Epicor.
Not technical with Epicor outside of the payment processing piece.

Anything else you might think is interesting.
I love the outdoors. Fishing, Hunting, Camping, Golf…not in any particular order!


(Charlie Smith) #33

Yep I remember. I was there with Tim and Company.


(Mark Wonsil) #34

Name
Mark Wonsil

Geographic location
Plymouth, MI (Near Detroit)

Company you work for and what they do
Perceptron, non-contact metrology. (we measure things with lasers)

What you do at your company
ERP Guy

What version of Epicor you are on (put that in your profile too, it helps!)
10.2.100 going to 10.2.200 in a couple of weeks.

What technical level you are with regards to Epicor.
I’m always learning

Anything else you might think is interesting.
Apparently, I’m 100 years old - which is why I like Dad Jokes…


(Nathan your friendly neighborhood Support Engineer) #35

What’s a Dad joke?

On an unrelated note, I was watching this documentary over the weekend about how large ocean going vessels don’t fall apart when on the water. It’s riveting.


(Brandon Anderson) #36

I think @Mark_Wonsil used that one in his insights presentation.


(Nathan your friendly neighborhood Support Engineer) #37

NOooOOO!!! Darn it :stuck_out_tongue: I just found that one to tell my niece lol


(Mark Wonsil) #38

Oh, @aidacra, you’ve saved my bacon so many times, so here’s some:

What do you call a sleeping T-Rex?

A Dino-Snorus

What do you call a small river in Egypt?

A Juvi-Nile.

Why can’t you trust stairs?

They’re always up to something.

Why can’t you trust artists?

They’re sketchy, shady, and in the end they’ll frame you.


(Brandon Anderson) #39

@Mark_Wonsil you need to post your safe harbor statement. I want to steal it!


(Mark Wonsil) #40