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e2b is an independent ERP software reseller that sells and supports Sage, Epicor, and Intacct ERP. We have chosen these solutions because they offer tremendous value to companies based on the overall price and functionality. Further, both vendors are consistently investing in their products making them better with every release. If you’re considering ERP software in the SMB or SME space, please consider us as a potential partner.
Epicor ERP is by far one of the most functional and innovative ERP products on the market for larger discrete manufacturers. Epicor ERP customers typically have 20+ users with 100+ employees generating $10 million or more in revenue. Further, Epicor’s hosted version of the software (Cloud-Deployed Epicor) can scale down for job shops and smaller manufacturers with as few as 20 employees and revenue under the $10 million mark making it one of the most affordable and functional ERP options available for this segment of the manufacturing market. Typical first year costs for Epicor start at just $15,000 (cloud-deployed). Epicor ERP competitors are typically Sage X3, Microsoft Dynamics AX, and Infor Syteline.
We partner with Sage Intacct because it’s simply an amazing accounting application. This is by far the best cloud option for non-supply chain businesses who’ve either outgrown Intuit QuickBooks or need a robust back-end accounting application to tie to other systems. With pricing starting at just a few thousand dollars per year, Sage Intacct is also ideal for non-profits, professional service organizations, software and technology companies, and more.
Sage 100c is the ideal ERP software for companies outgrowing Intuit QuickBooks or businesses who need to find a more modern and affordable ERP platform. Sage 100c is perfect for manufacturers with between 5 to 50 users. Companies with fewer than 250 employees and less than $50 million in revenue are typically great candidates for Sage 100c. Sage 100 c is a very affordable ERP product starting at about $45 per user per month. Implementation and consulting for a smaller system starts at about $5,000 with most manufacturing implementations starting at about $20,000 depending greatly on the complexity of your business and modules implemented. The manufacturing capabilities are very strong including bill of material, work orders, material requirements planning, and advanced options for production scheduling and product configuration. With tens of thousands of installations worldwide, Sage 100c is also an attractive option for smaller businesses in non-manufacturing industries such as distribution, services, retail, and more. Top competitors for Sage 100c in manufacturing include Microsoft Dynamics GP, SAP Business One, and NetSuite.
Sage X3 is a phenomenal option for more complex manufacturers and distributors with about 20 to 1000 users. Most Sage X3 users have between 100 to 1000 employees generating somewhere between $10 million to $500 million in revenue. Turnkey costs for first year licenses and implementation services start at about $30,000. Sage X3 is strong from top to bottom with excellent financial modules and robust distribution capabilities. Further, it’s one of the very few ERP products on the market that supports both discrete and process manufacturing from the same code base. Top competitors for Sage X3 in distribution are Infor sx.Enterprise (formerly NxTrend) and Epicor Prophet 21. Top competitors in discrete manufacturing are Epicor ERP, Infor Syteline, and Microsoft Dynamics AX. Process manufacturing competitors are typically ProcessPro, Microsoft Dynamics AX, Syspro, or Chempax by Datacor.
We’ve been selling, developing, and supporting Sage 500 since the late 1990s and believe that it is just as great today as it was back then. Sage 500 is still a compelling ERP option for many businesses – especially those who need a strong ERP system for accounting, distribution, manufacturing, and field service. Sage 500 is designed for companies with 10 to 500 users. First year costs range from about $30,000 on the low-end to $200,000 (or more) on the high-end. We also offer Anytime 500 add-ons to extend Sage 500 with new distribution and manufacturing features such as sales forecasting, material requirements planning, engineering change orders, cost modeling, quality control, work order splitting, sub work orders, and more.