X

The Best Manufacturing Software for your Shop

Over 250,000 E2 users log on to our software daily to run all aspects of their shops productively and efficiently. Every shop is unique in their needs, which is why we offer two solutions. Watch the overview below to find the right system for you.

Watch E2 Overview
For Job Shops & Make-to-Order Manufacturers needing:
  • Customer specific quoting & job orders – One off to repeat orders
  • Ability to purchase material specific to job(s) and inventory
  • Flexibility with changing customer due dates and job schedules
  • Complete Accounting available or interfaces with QuickBooks
  • Also fits Job-based and Mixed-mode manufacturers

Available as an on-premise or cloud solution

For Repetitive and Discrete Manufacturers needing:
  • Discrete orders, sales orders, forecasted, stock, EDI and planned
  • Flexibility to handle product line and complex multi-level BOM structure
  • MRP including complex inventory control or possible light distribution
  • Complete ERP system with integrated financials
  • Fits Mixed-mode manufacturers who are make to order or make to stock

Available as an on-premise or cloud solution

Which Solution Fits Your Shop?

Find a Solution

Product Brochure

Learn more about the two E2 products and also Shoptech. Download the brochure.

View Brochure

E2 SHOP or E2 MFG

Unsure which Shoptech solution is right for you? Take the questionnaire below

Find a Solution

Contact Us

Have a question for our sales team? Let us know, and we will get back to you shortly

Contact

See what the E2 Effect can do for you

Shoptech News

Benefits of Job Time Tracking Software

You’ve probably heard the expression, “Time is money.” Nowhere is that truer than on the shop floor. The longer a job takes, the more it costs to run, which means that track...Read More

Cost-Estimating Software 101

In an ideal world, every price you quote would be accurate and your shop would always have a high profit margin. However, that sometimes isn’t the case. Quoting jobs can be diffi...Read More

Welcoming Gen Z to Your Shop

There is an array of articles about Millennials in the workplace. Now, another generation is coming of age. Gen Z (whose members were born between the mid-1990s and early 2000s) a...Read More