The thermal conductivity of these epoxies are around to 2W/m-K. In the world of solder this is pathetically low, as solder is generally 30-87 W/m-K. The silver in the mixture has a thermal conductivity of >400W/m-K, but it is only part of the mixture – which explains the low overall conductivity.
It’s not all bad though, epoxy is great in certain circumstances. It provides a low voiding bond at lower temperature with quicker profiles than solder. It definitely has a place in certain packaging applications. I wouldn’t advise using a conductive epoxy to attach a high-power device, but it is suited for some lower power die attachment and solar applications. Considering ‘time is money’, this can be a way to reduce the cost of your assembly through process optimization.