Most E2 Shop System users find this ERP software system easy to use. It works well for metal fabricators, the electronics industry and assemble-to-order. E2 Shop System is limited for mixed mode shops that use bills of materials of any complexity. The system is Windows-based and utilizes “Point and Click” convenience to eliminate reliance on a keyboard. E2 Shop System offers power, flexibility and speed, and is used in over 6000 shops worldwide.
E2 Shop System enables shop owners to effectively control all aspects of shop activity, while simultaneously and effectively managing profitability. Development of E2 Shop System dates back to 1984. This shop-specific manufacturing software was developed from actual shop experience: both shop owners and shop users participated in its creation. Today, shop owners and shop users continue to play a vital role in transforming suggestions into product enhancements.
Extensive Virtual Training is available for new E2 Shoptech users (or old users learning about new functions). E2 Shoptech Virtual training is interactive (not video-based) and enables participation by the trainee directly with the instructor. Sometimes in-person training is the best option, but E2 Shoptech offers excellent virtual training for the situations where it makes the most sense.
E2 Shop System offers Basic Working Knowledge classes each month as a part of their Maintenance Agreement. Among topics covered:
E2 Shop System’s quality management system (QMS) has added the ISO/TS 16949 standard for automotive suppliers to its ISO Implementation Program. TS 16949 defines the Quality Management System requirements for the design and development, production, installation and service of automotive-related products for the automotive supply chain by focusing on reducing waste, defects and variation in the automotive supply chain.
The E2 QMS can now help customers to become certified to meet the ISO/TS16949 standard.
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