E2 Manufacturing System Reviews, Pricing, and FAQs

Learn about E2 Manufacturing System’s ERP services for businesses. Includes info on E2 Manufacturing System, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on January 16th, 2020

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E2 Manufacturing System is an Enterprise Resource Planning platform for businesses. E2 Manufacturing System’s solutions include assignment scheduling, inventory monitoring, and transparent estimates. Businesses can use E2 Manufacturing System to streamline work processes.

Pricing:

E2 Manufacturing System does not list pricing on their website. You can contact E2 Manufacturing System via their website for a tailored quote based on your business needs. You can also refer to the product brochure to identify a suitable package before requesting a quote.

Shoptech Reviews
Review:

Pros: Great scheduling capabilities and fantastic order import automation.

Cons: The software can be restrictive and requires more customization options.

Bottomline: Superb software to facilitate efficient enterprise resource planning.

Key Information:

Co-Founders

Rich Ehemann and Greg Ehemann (Shoptech Software)

Year Founded

1984

Headquarters

Glastonbury, CT

CEO

Phil Hutchinson

Parent Company

Shoptech Software

Number of Customers

8,000

Phone

1 (800) 677-9640

Address

180 Glastonbury Boulevard, Suite 303, Glastonbury, CT 06033

Website

www.shoptech.com

FAQs:

Is there an E2 Manufacturing System free trial?

No, E2 Manufacturing System does not offer a free trial. However, they do offer a personal demo.

Customer Reviews:

epmtool

Reviewed: Apr 15, 2011

Source: Practical Machinist

To say the least, I was not the slightest bit impressed with the interface or ease of use although I didn't stick around long enough to see it fully intergrated. Three supervisors were constantly entering jobs into the system and it became a major bottleneck. I beleive that it simply won't work with certain types of shops. It may work if you have a guy running one machine all day but if you are running multiple jobs and machines it is worthless is my opinion. Additionally, as far as I know, tooling, fixture material and time could not be added to the job. I heard it will be TWO YEARS before the system is fully intergrated and by that time I figure the shop will be disbanded after the CEO realizes what a huge loss a half-assed job shop is. Anywho, my new company is using a UNIX ( yes unix, invented in 1969) based time clock/management system and for this company it works fine. It may work for your needs but just remember that the software salesman gets a brand new BMW for ever POS software system he sells. (just my bitter opinion)

StreetSpeed

Reviewed: Apr 16, 2011

Source: Practical Machinist

We use E2. It's ugly, slow, and cumbersome, but it is better than nothing. I wish I really new how to use Access, then we could just set up our own database that works for us, rather than trying to make E2's one size fits all approach work.

Edster

Reviewed: Apr 22, 2011

Source: Practical Machinist

I use E2 and I think it works pretty good. You can print lables with barcodes, just have to tell it where to start on the sheet of lables.

Antiquus

Reviewed: Feb 08, 2018

Source: Reddit

E2 is way too complex for a small shop. We have it in a 100 man operation, and spend a lot of time working around it.