Qimtek

Profile

E2 by Shoptech Corporation is a manufacturing solution that offers scheduling, purchasing, shipping, customer management and accounting. It’s designed specifically for job shops, contract and a variety of make-to-order manufacturers.

E2 estimating allows users to create both "quickie quotes" and complex estimates on labor, overhead, material, etc., that can be faxed or emailed with attached drawings or pictures. These quotes can be automatically turned into orders, with no double entry required.

E2 automatically generates shipping labels and packing slips and then tracks shipments online to multiple shipping addresses. Its materials management module controls all components and parts, aligning the company's purchase needs with the entered orders, as well as tracking delivery and finding the best prices.

The contact management module helps shops ensure that everyone stays on the same page, from the shop floor to the end client. It also pulls in all business financials, so shops can manage payroll, accounts payable and receivable and general ledger from a single location, as well as using one of the 200 built-in reports for comprehensive analysis.

Services

We help shops of all kinds and all sizes work smarter for improved efficiencies, greater flexibility and, of course, bigger profits. E2 delivers what you need to improve how, when, and where you use critical business information.

Equipment

Cloud-Based ERP Software with available mobile apps to increase shop efficiency. 

Contact

Address
91 Wimpole St
Marylebone
W1G 0EF
United Kingdom
Number of employees
1 - 4
Turnover
N/A

Capabilities

News

What Are The Benefits of a Web-Based ERP Solution?

16 Apr 2019 by Shoptech Software

You need an ERP solution to manage your shop, drive efficiency, and boost your bottom line. Making the decision to implement manufacturing ERP software is only the first step in the process, however. After you decide you need ERP, the next big question is whether to implement an in-house solution or utilize a web-based ERP system.

Many manufacturing shops assume that an in-house, on-premise ERP installation is preferable because it is more secure and offers more control than a web-based solution. That is not always the case, however.