9.0
Editor’s Rating:
Best Overall
ECI Spruce: Billing Entry
ECI Spruce
  • Intuitive and user-friendly interface
  • Effective General Ledger module
  • Quick search feature
8.8
Editor’s Rating:
Best ERP System
Epicor BisTrack: Home Screen
Epicor BisTrack
  • Offers industry-specific functionality for LBM companies
  • Has customizable analytics and reporting templates
  • Integrates with accounting solutions
8.4
Editor’s Rating:
Best for Manufacturers
Agility: DSMi Opportunities
Agility
  • Offers 24/7 customer support
  • Digital notepads for quick price checks
  • Customizable cut optimization formulas

We’ve examined 20+ systems across 7 metrics, using our advanced review methodology to rank the top LBM software for manufacturers, distributors, and pro dealers.

1 ECI Spruce - Best Overall

Why We Chose It: We found ECI Spruce best for the lumber and building materials sector, including dealers, distributors, retailers, and specialized showrooms.

In the building materials industry, managing inventory across multiple sites can be a logistical nightmare. That’s why we found Spruce’s multi-location support so helpful, making it easy to move and manage lumber across different branch locations. Additionally, warehouse inventory counts auto-update as items sell, and the system can even display personalized contract pricing for each customer.

Another reason we chose ECI Spruce: it has a full warehouse management system (WMS). LBM dealers handling large and heavy materials typically need specialized software like Spruce. It supports delivery scheduling, order picking, and proof of delivery. Drivers can even obtain signatures and take photos of deliveries automatically tied to the sales order.

On the other hand, we wouldn’t recommend Spruce for smaller retailers, which might have an easier time with systems like ECI’s RockSolid MAX.

Best Overall:
ECI Spruce

ECI Spruce: Billing Entry
ECI Spruce: Material List Selection
ECI Spruce: Order Entry
ECI Spruce: Vendor EDI Communications
ECI Spruce: Journal Entry
ECI Spruce: Viewer
ECI Spruce: Zebra Device Main Menu
ECI Spruce: General Ledger
ECI Spruce: Analytics
What We Like
Intuitive and user-friendly interface
Effective General Ledger module
Quick search feature
What We Don’t Like
Pricing information is not available without contacting the developer
Slow developer feedback
Limited data recovery options
Overview
Client OS: Windows, Android, Web
Deployment: Cloud Hosted

2 Epicor BisTrack - Best ERP System

Why We Chose It: We added Epicor BisTrack because it’s best for hardscapes, lumberyards, pro dealers, and wholesale distributors. Overall, it’s a full ERP system with advanced automation and AI tools. For example, the Epicor Virtual Agent (EVA) can proactively deliver alerts and forecasts and adjust production or distribution levels based on data analysis.

BisTrack offers a range of features aimed at addressing industry-specific inventory needs. These include complex pricing models, unit-of-measure conversions, and serialized inventory. However, our findings suggest BisTrack can be tricky for beginners and might slow down when many users post at once, as some customer reviews have noted​. Tracking specific transactions in the accounts receivable module isn’t the most intuitive either.

Best ERP System:
Epicor BisTrack

Epicor BisTrack: Home Screen
Epicor BisTrack: Find Documents
Epicor BisTrack: Purchase Order
What We Like
Offers industry-specific functionality for LBM companies
Has customizable analytics and reporting templates
Integrates with accounting solutions
What We Don’t Like
Pricing details unavailable
Some users have reported occassional freezes
Overview
Client OS: Windows, iOS, Android
Deployment: Cloud Hosted

3 DMSi Agility - Best for Manufacturers

Why We Chose It: We picked DMSi Agility for manufacturers and wholesale distributors across the lumber, hardwood, roofing, and siding sectors. It offers supply chain and inventory management, along with millwork and production support. Agility can help streamline the full hardwood production cycle, from standing timber to the yard. It quantifies the exact equipment, labor, and materials needed for each job and even facilitates price quoting.

Agility offers customizable cut optimization formulas, particularly beneficial for manufacturers dealing with various stock sizes and cutting constraints. This feature helps optimize resource usage, minimize waste, and improve overall cost-effectiveness in production. We also like that Agility can handle bulk buying and selling, enabling manufacturers to manage large product volumes seamlessly.

Other key features of note are digital notepads for quick price checks and rebate management, especially useful for laminates. While Agility may require some initial training, DMSi offers 24/7 support to ensure smooth implementation and ongoing assistance.

Best for Manufacturers:
Agility

Agility: DSMi Opportunities
Agility: DSMi Customer Scorecard
What We Like
Offers 24/7 customer support
Digital notepads for quick price checks
Customizable cut optimization formulas
What We Don’t Like
Initial learning curve
Overview
Client OS: Windows, Web
Deployment: Cloud Hosted

4 RockSolid MAX

Why We Chose It: RockSolid MAX made our list because it’s a solid choice for small hardware stores, home centers, convenience lumberyards, plumbing and electrical suppliers, and farm and ranch supply stores. Compared to a more complex ERP like ECI Spruce, RockSolid MAX is a light POS software offering inventory control, CRM, purchasing, and receiving.

We like that RockSolid MAX is relatively easy to learn, offering an intuitive interface that simplifies employee onboarding. It’s also cloud-based, lowering initial costs with minimal hardware requirements. Businesses can rely on RockSolid MAX to directly email invoices and statements to customers, saving time for smaller teams. The system also connects purchasers to various suppliers and vendors for better inventory control and special order processing.

A word to the wise: RockSolid MAX features a variety of canned reports. But companies needing more customizable options will need some experience with Crystal Reports.


ECI RockSolid MAX: Inventory Price Updates
ECI RockSolid MAX: Receivables Posting Payments
ECI RockSolid MAX: Receivables Payment Entry
ECI RockSolid MAX: Point of Sale Order Entry
ECI RockSolid MAX: Inventory Price Updates
What We Like
Responsive customer service
Features mobile connectivity and special order handling
Offers barcode support
What We Don’t Like
High learning curve
Pricing requires consultation call
Overview
Client OS: Windows, iOS, Android, Web
Deployment: Cloud Hosted

5 J3 POS

Why We Chose It: J3 POS is a top pick because it’s a user-friendly point-of-sale system for hardware and lumber stores. That is, the system is equipped to handle common hardware store needs, like inventory tracking, estimating, and lumber commodity pricing integration. We also like that J3 POS integrates with QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Desktop, syncing sales data, inventory updates, and financial transactions.

Users can customize J3 with capabilities like mobile checkout, fast cash count, rewards programs, and estimator tools. Ultimately, we found it best fits businesses looking to grow, offering features for multiple store management. However, we wouldn’t recommend it for distributors or manufacturers because it doesn’t have the in-depth functionality required for complex, large-scale operations.

J3 POS

J3 POS: Item Properties
J3 POS: Item Area
J3 POS: Select Customer
J3 POS: Transaction Complete Sale
J3 POS: Transaction Complete
J3 POS: Authorized Signers
J3 POS: Quick Sale Overview
J3 POS: Quick Sale Approval
J3 POS: Quick Sale
J3 POS: Classic View
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Starting Price
$100/month
Client OS
Windows
Deployment
On-Premises

6 Acctivate Inventory Management

Why We Chose It: We picked Acctivate for building material distributors using QuickBooks as an accounting tool. Acctivate is designed for small to mid-sized businesses, delivering enhanced inventory control.

We like the software’s strong traceability tools, helping track the movement and history of materials. This is complemented by Acctivate’s advanced barcoding system and ability to manage multiple storage locations. We also found it adept at handling complex manufacturing tasks like bills of materials management, assembly processes, and kitting.

The software’s bidirectional integration with QuickBooks improves ordering and purchasing workflows. We did find Acctivate’s reporting capabilities limited, with users usually resorting to QuickBooks to run more advanced reports. This may not be a dealbreaker for firms okay with using different systems for various tasks.


Acctivate Inventory Management: Customer Preview
Acctivate Inventory Management: Customer Timeline
Acctivate Inventory Management: Product Timeline
Acctivate Inventory Management: Product Inventory
Acctivate Inventory Management: Product Manager
Acctivate Inventory Management: Purchase Order Manager
Acctivate Inventory Management: Order Manager
Acctivate Inventory Management: Account Tab
Acctivate Inventory Management: Track and Trace
Acctivate Inventory Management: Sales Order
What We Like
Fully-compliant EDI
Multi-national price strategies
QuickBooks integration
What We Don’t Like
Limited warehouse scanning functionality
Reporting and customization can be complex
Overview
Price Range: $$$
Starting Price: $10,995 (perpetual license)
Client OS: Windows
Deployment: Cloud Hosted

7 The General Store

Why We Chose It: We chose the The General Store because it’s an affordable POS system for hardware retailers. We found it best for small to mid-sized businesses requiring stronger CRM and inventory management. We particularly liked that The General Store includes hardware for mobile POS, like the Zebra CC600 Customer Concierge Kit and the Unitech EA520 Kit.

The software features inventory management with up to 10 price levels, multi-unit pricing, and mill pricing support with fractional cents. The General Store also covers sales tracking for cash and charge customers, plus employee management with a built-in time clock. Managers can even dig into their number of sales for each period and track commissions.

The General Store can be purchased outright at $695 for one user, with a separate technical support fee of $600 annually. This is a point of contention for many users, with most finding support expensive and not always helpful in resolving complaints.


The General Store: Tablet Interface
The General Store: POS Screen
The General Store: BlockChyp Payment Processing
What We Like
System is user-friendly with minimal training
Hardware for mobile POS available
What We Don’t Like
Separate charges for tech support
Users frequently report issues with tech support
Overview
Price Range: $
Starting Price: $695 (perpetual license)
Client OS: Windows
Deployment: On-Premises

8 WoodPro Insight

Why We Chose It: We found WoodPro InSight best for distributors, sawmills, and other wood product manufacturers. One of our top reasons for picking WoodPro is its added functionality beyond financials and inventory control, like transportation management and cash flow forecasting.

WoodPro supports multiple units of measure, package sizes, and inventory classifications specific to lumber. The remanufacturing module caters to hardwood and softwood lumber and engineered wood products. Overall, we found WoodPro Insight does a good job at optimizing the remanufacturing process through templates, work-in-progress tracking, and cost management​.

However, we did think the system was challenging to navigate at times. The design is not always intuitive, and implementation can be a complicated process.


WoodPro InSight: Sales
WoodPro InSight: Purchase Order
WoodPro InSight: Accrued Payable Maintenance
What We Like
Real-time control of each item across the supply chain
Provides bids, quotes, and purchase agreements
Supports business intelligence and remote system access
What We Don’t Like
Some users find the system challenging to navigate
Some users report slow performance
Initial learning curve
Overview
Client OS: Web
Deployment: Cloud Hosted

9 Accolent ERP

Why We Chose It: We picked Accolent ERP for its ability to tackle the challenges faced by LBM distributors. Its cloud-based access allows them to manage deliveries from anywhere, catering to the dynamic nature of construction sites. We particularly liked its just-in-time scheduling, which conserves limited site storage space and reduces unnecessary stockpiling.

We also appreciate how Accolent ERP smoothes operations with agile pricing and quick product searches. It lets users quickly adapt to market demands and customer needs and automates key processes like purchase ordering and e-invoicing.

Though Accolent starts at $200 a year without a free version, we find its intuitive interface and multi-warehouse support worth it. Plus, the free demo allows users to try before they buy.

Accolent ERP

Accolent ERP: General Leger
Accolent ERP: Customer Info
What We Like
Multi-warehouse support
Offers free demo
What We Don’t Like
No free version
Overview
Price Range: $$$$
Starting Price: $2,500/user (perpetual license)
Client OS: Windows, Web
Deployment: Cloud or On-Premises

Why We Chose It: Blue Link ERP is our top pick for mid-sized wholesalers, distributors, and eCommerce businesses. It streamlines stock management, backorder handling, and traceability across the supply chain, bettering product integrity and compliance.

Blue Link simplifies order processing, billing, and sales tracking, directly supporting customer satisfaction. We also like its flexibility in pricing, discounts, and promotions, ideal for dynamic sales strategies. Blue Link even tackles order fulfillment with features covering warehouse transfers, shipping, and receiving​.

In other words, this ERP software handles the complex workflows of wholesalers and distributors, from order entry to logistics. However, our research showed that Blue Link’s built-in reports are quite basic. Like RockSolid MAX, users will need some understanding of Crystal Reports to get more customized views.


Blue Link ERP: Blue Link ERP Dashboard
Blue Link ERP: Dashboard
Blue Link ERP: Dashboard Customization
Blue Link ERP: Order Entry
Blue Link ERP: Order Entry
What We Like
Multi-currency support
Traceability (lot tracking)
Customizable based on industry
What We Don’t Like
Requires consult call for pricing
Slightly dated interface
No catch weight functionality
Overview
Price Range: $$$$
Client OS: Windows, Web
Deployment: Cloud or On-Premises

What Is Building Materials Software?

Building materials software helps synchronize supply, demand, and fulfillment of your building supply orders. Explicitly used in the building materials industry, these solutions give your business a single and unified platform. These solutions integrate CRM/opportunity tracking, sales orders, pricing, procurement, inventory control, kitting, product configuration, manufacturing work orders, dispatch, delivery, and reporting.

Also known as lumber and building materials software (LBM software), pro dealers and distributors will use these systems to track lumber, millwork, building materials, and construction supplies. Whether you are a distributor, manufacturer, or warehousing business, building materials software helps accommodate your needs. The improvements to your processes will give you enhanced visibility into your production and distribution, streamline your supply chain, and get real-time insights into your operations.

A strong inventory management functionality is at the core of building materials software. This is to record details about the construction supplies being sold. LBM and hardware businesses need to receive inventory quickly and accurately. When shipments come in, you can scan the PO and be done instead of checking products off on the packing slip. It will also automatically add items to your inventory or help reconcile orders if items are on backorder. This will free up your time to focus on other areas.

Epicor BisTrack Find Documents Building Materials Software
Search for important documents in Epicor BisTrack.

Features of LBM Software

  • Inventory Management: Manages stock counts of LBM-specific products your company builds, buys, stores, and sells. Monitors inventory costs and item locations to aid in picking, packing, and shipping. Reports seasonal purchasing trends to anticipate upcoming inventory fluctuations. Provide customers with available inventory to ensure prompt delivery.
  • Purchasing: Creates vendor purchase orders when buying supplies or services. Includes information such as product type, quantity, and pricing. Links to inventory control to access exact stock quantities, movement history, seasonal trends, and supplier lead times.
  • Accounting: Includes a general ledger (GL) with accounts payable (AP) and accounts receivable (AR). Provides a summary of financial activities and drill-down capabilities into details. Includes invoicing, budgeting, and reporting.
  • Manufacturing: Automates your manufacturing and millwork processes, tracks job costs, and creates work orders. Produces bill of materials, monitors material availability, costs, substitutes, or change orders based on your capacity.
  • Point of Sale: Handles customer order management and the customer check-out process. Allows users to scan items and enter SKUs; handles item look-up, returns management, customer lookup, transaction history, loyalty rewards, discounts, and custom orders design work.
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM): Includes contact management, email integration, opportunity tracking, follow-up scheduling, and cross-selling.
ECI Spruce Materials List Selection
Select raw materials, components, and assemblies in ECI Spruce.

Benefits of Building Materials Software

Real-time sales order processing, integrated CRM for prospect tracking, and improved supply chain logistics are just a few of the benefits available. To determine which building materials supply software is right for you, you’ll need to ensure the software properly supports your sales cycle from quote to order to delivery.

Grow Your Business

Lumber and building material software can grow your business by providing top-of-the-line customer service to builders, contractors, and retail clients. It can also help simplify your employees’ everyday processes, such as inventory management, dispatching, and contract billing.

With a fully integrated system, you can rely on one solution for order fulfillment, sales, delivery, inventory, and accounting. This seamless transition from one functionality to the next will ensure your employees are more productive and spend less time re-keying data into multiple systems. Mobile apps will let your employees access data from any location using a variety of devices.

ECI RockSolid MAX Inventory Price Updates
Get inventory price updates in ECI RockSolid MAX.

Have The Products Your Customers Want

Stocking the right products starts with strong purchasing and inventory management functionality. The procurement tool within building materials software can easily streamline communications with your vendors. This can lead to an automated ordering process, establishing special requests and stock level thresholds (so goods are automatically reordered when you hit a certain quantity).

From writing purchase orders to the receiving process to finally storing the product, your purchasing team can use the inventory functionality to ensure they purchase the right products. This helps improve the distribution flow through your warehouses.

Inventory management will also let you monitor adjustments to purchase orders and receipts, track open work orders and WIP, and perform any necessary kitting. For larger companies, inter-warehouse and intercompany transfers are commonplace. You’ll want to track lots and shelf life dates to ensure goods are being used or sent to other areas of need in your business.

WoodPro InSight Purchase Order Building Materials Software
Crete a purchase order in WoodPro InSight.

Enhance Customer Service and Increase Sales

Providing customers with a fast and convenient way to purchase your goods is the first step towards better service and increasing sales. This can be accomplished by providing no roadblocks to customers throughout the check-out process.

Whether through an eCommerce platform, an order management system, or an integrated point of sale, order entry functionality will let your staff look at customer invoices, review previous purchase history, or place an order all from one system. A POS system helps your staff quickly answer questions about previous orders and handle simple reorders for repeat customers.

Invoices can easily be printed, emailed, or faxed directly from the POS as part of the sales transaction. Mobile functionality will let your employees create a sales order no matter where they may be; whether on the sales floor, on the road, or taking an order over the phone, your staff will be able to exceed your customers’ expectations by meeting their needs immediately and not requiring them to hang up and call later.

Acctivate Inventory Management Sales Order
Create sales orders in Acctivate Inventory Management.

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ECI Spruce

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ECI Spruce is a comprehensive ERP solution specifically designed for the lumber, home, and building supply industries. It integrates various business functions—purchasing, inventory management, sales, accounting, and business analytics—into a single system. ECI Spruce offers end-to-end document management capabilities to reduce paper-heavy processes and streamline operations. Additionally, Spruce supports mobile device access and integrates with various ecommerce platforms, payment processing solutions, and third-party products. It can be customized to meet specific business needs, making it a versatile choice for businesses in its target industries.
Client OS
Windows, Android, Web
Deployment
Cloud Hosted
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Epicor BisTrack

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Epicor BisTrack is a business management solution for building centers, pro dealers and distributors of lumber, building materials, and construction suppliers. This software has many features to help LBM dealers and distributors take better advantage of their time and budget, including inventory optimization, delivery dispatch, financial management, and customer relationship management. BisTrack software provides a web store API, responsive design, and easy credit card storage for e-commerce strategies. And the mobile applications cover transactions and capture extensive information, while the warehouse management module fits both small and large LBM businesses.
Client OS
Windows, iOS, Android
Deployment
Cloud Hosted
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Agility

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Agility is an ERP software for the building materials industry. Agility from DMSI will help streamline your entire operations from production/procurement through distribution, delivery, and accounting. Used at over 1,600 locations across North America, Agility lets you manage every aspect of your business in real-time: from purchasing and receiving to order fulfillment, delivery, invoicing and accounting. Real-time data means your sales reps know exactly what’s happening with orders and
Client OS
Windows, Web
Deployment
Cloud Hosted
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ECI RockSolid MAX

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ECI RockSolid MAX is a POS software designed primarily for hardware and building supply retailers. Key features include customer relationship management, advanced inventory control, and document management. The platform also delivers automated purchasing options and efficient customer checkout processes. Additionally, ECI RockSolid MAX provides business insights through permission-based reports and dashboards.
Client OS
Windows, iOS, Android, Web
Deployment
Cloud Hosted
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J3 POS

Inventory Management Point of Sale software that offers full integration with QuickBooks accounting, EDI with hardware suppliers such as Ace, Do it Best, Orgill, True Value, House-Hasson, Blish-Mize, HDW Inc., Florida Hardware, Jensen-Emery, and many convenience wholesalers and adding more. J3 Point-of-Sale is targeted at companies that have 3,000-300,000 SKU’s in their database. The POS System is designed exclusively with small grocery & convenience stores in mind. J3 POS does on-site installs
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$100/month
Client OS
Windows
Deployment
On-Premises
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Acctivate Inventory Management

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Acctivate Inventory Management software is primarily a real-time inventory management and high-volume order fulfillment solution. It’s best suited for small to mid-sized distributors, manufacturers, and online retailers using QuickBooks. The software offers seamless integration with QuickBooks, efficient purchasing, and reordering modules, and solid customer history and reporting capabilities.
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$10,995 (perpetual license)
Client OS
Windows
Deployment
Cloud Hosted
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The General Store

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The General Store is a point of sale software which has been providing retailers worldwide with the management tools they need to succeed since 1983. It is designed primarily for small and medium-sized retail businesses. As a retail management solution, The General Store features inventory management, employee management, customer management, and more. Pricing is as low as $49 per month or users can buy the software outright for a one-time fee. The software is versatile and can be used by a range of retail businesses including stationary and gift stores, general merchandise, and music stores.
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$695 (perpetual license)
Client OS
Windows
Deployment
On-Premises
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WoodPro InSight

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WoodPro Insight is a lumber and builder materials software. Key features include general ledger, accounts payable/receivable, and inventory and sales management. Additionally, WoodPro Insight offers real-time supply chain control and the ability to customize according to specific business requirements.
Client OS
Web
Deployment
Cloud Hosted
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Accolent ERP

Accolent ERP is web-architected software for wholesale distributors written using the latest Microsoft and web technologies. It can either be hosted in the Cloud and delivered as a SaaS (software as a service) solution, or installed locally, on your own premises. Accolent ERP can be accessed from any device capable of running a standard web browser, and does not require any other software installed on the device. This allows you to access your critical information anytime, anywhere, from any
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$2,500/user (perpetual license)
Client OS
Windows, Web
Deployment
Cloud or On-Premises
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Blue Link ERP

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Blue Link ERP is a cloud based software that caters primarily to small and mid-sized wholesalers and distributors, offering features for accounting and inventory management. It is also suitable for retail and e-commerce operations. Key features include warehouse management, lot tracking, document management, barcode scanning, contact management, customer relationship management (CRM), point-of-sale, and product matrix.
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Windows, Web
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NetSuite ERP

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Oracle’s NetSuite is well-known in the ERP world for its customization and scalability. It’s a multi-tenant ERP software supporting finance, operations, sales, service, and HR needs.
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Starting Price
$99/user/month
Client OS
Web
Deployment
Cloud Hosted
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Multiview

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Multiview is an ERP software designed to enhance financial operations. Its key features include advanced financial consolidation, customizable reporting, and integrated budgeting and forecasting. Multiview offers customizable dashboards, data export to Excel, and advanced drill-down capabilities to enhance audit efficiency and data transparency.
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S2K Enterprise

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S2K Enterprise software is a cloud-based ERP software for midsize distributors, manufacturers, specialty retailers, service & repair, and equipment rental businesses. The software offers tailored versions for industries like electronics, food and beverage, and pharmaceuticals.
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Windows, Linux, Web
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Cloud Hosted
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Kerridge Commercial Systems

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Kerridge Commercial Systems is an integrated advanced ERP system focused on wholesalers, distributors, suppliers, and retailers. The software is designed to provide a fully integrated approach to leaders in trading and management so they can source effectively, stock efficiently, sell profitably, and service competitively. Video Overview ; Industries Served ; Features Accounts Payable ;; Accounts Receivable ;; eCommerce ;; General Ledger & Report Writer ;; Inventory Control ;; Order Processing
Client OS
Windows, macOS, Web
Deployment
Cloud Hosted
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Enterprise 21

Enterprise 21 ERP software is a fully-integrated ERP system for small and mid-market manufacturing and distribution organizations. Designed to facilitate industry best practices, Enterprise 21 includes comprehensive software functionality to manage the enterprise’s complete business operations. The Enterprise 21 ERP software solution delivers fully-integrated sales order management, procurement, inventory management, warehouse management, financial management, advanced planning, customer
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Windows, Web
Deployment
Cloud Hosted
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MRPeasy

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MRPeasy is designed to support the growth of small manufacturers by providing a suite of simple yet comprehensive tools essential for production management. It encompasses a range of functionalities, from production planning to CRM, intentionally omitting complex or non-essential features for small manufacturers. This approach enables smaller manufacturers to access advanced production planning tools, thereby competing more effectively with larger entities. MRPeasy facilitates precise product cost and readiness tracking, aiding in efficient business management.
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$49/user/month
Client OS
Web
Deployment
Cloud Hosted
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contractERP is a software that supports the entire lifecycle of specialty building product projects. Powered by Microsoft Business Central, the software’s key features include real-time contract management, precise material handling, and streamlined material delivery and scheduling. contractERP delivers accurate inventory management, specialized product configuration tools, and complex billing support. It can also handle cost tracking, over-the-counter sales, and comprehensive accounting functions, all within a single application.
Deployment
Cloud or On-Premises
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Koble

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Formerly Eagle Business Management Software (EBMS), Koble offers ERP software for small businesses, focusing on inventory control, product sales, labor management, and financial integration​​. It handles point-of-sale needs, proposals, quotes​​, and order fulfillment​​. The software simplifies job management crucial for labor handling​​ and provides a complete financial status overview​​.
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Windows
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Ponderosa

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Ponderosa ERP is an enterprise resource planning software designed specifically for the lumber, building materials, and millwork industries. It offers a suite of tools that enhance the efficiency and profitability of businesses in these sectors. Key features include production management, inventory control, order entry and sales processing, delivery and dispatch management, and integrated financial management and accounting.
Client OS
Windows
Deployment
On-Premises
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RealSTEEL

RealSTEEL from Wolcott Group is an ERP software for metal service centers, building material and roll formers, coil slitters nad toll processors, and pipe and tube processors. Leveraging the power of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, the solution is intended to give industry-specific tools for the needs of the steel and metals industry. Accounting and Finance: Tiered customer hierarchy, advanced credit management, visibility to product profitability, accurate job costing by sales ordr
Client OS
Web
Deployment
Cloud Hosted

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