Cabinet shop develops  and tests EagleEyeERP

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EagleEyeERP is introducing new shop management software to help small- to medium-sized shops manage their production environments.

The EagleEyeERP program was developed by cabinetmakers at Stone Mountain Cabinetry, a 12-person shop in Arden, N.C. and its owner, Robert Grieves.

“EagleEyeERP was built from the ground up in a cabinet shop, by cabinet people, for cabinet people. It is designed to simplify workload while increasing organization, visibility and productivity for all team members from the entry level shop employee to the management team,” says Grieves.

Grieves realized the need an ERP several years ago, and now works closely with developer/programmer Ben Beach who serves as CEO of EagleEyeERP. Stone Mountain Cabinetry employees test the software daily to provide feedback on functionality.

Program features include a touch-screen interface, in-depth timecard reporting, scheduling, reports, customer relationship management, estimating and more. The system is designed to have an inexpensive entry cost and low learning curve.

“We have found that shops using manual handwritten production plans risk the likelihood of miscommunication or something getting damaged or lost,” says Shane Shewbridge, Stone Mountain’s production manager.

“By having all of the information related to the job available to everybody at each step of the production cycle, we stand a much better chance to produce an accurate quality product to go out the door in the requested lead time.”

For more, visit www.3erp.us

This article originally appeared in the November 2018 issue.

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