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Shoptech Releases Mobile Dashboard

GLASTONBURY, Conn., April 5 – Shoptech Software Corp. is proud to announce Mobile Dashboard, the first ERP mobile app designed specifically for iPads, Tablets and Smart phones.

Flexibility and Freedom

Today’s shop owner can finally “get away from the shop” without losing touch with what is going on at the shop. Any shop owner with a smart phone, iPad or Tablet can see how their shop is doing anywhere, anytime. Mobile Dashboard is the ultimate in freedom and flexibility.

“Everyone is going mobile these days and our customers are no different,” stated Phil Hutchinson, President and CEO of Shoptech Software. “Whether they’re on the road getting more business or at their kid’s soccer game, they can see exactly what is going on back at the shop. Mobile Dashboard gives shop owners the visibility into all areas of the business.”

First to Market

Mobile Dashboard is the first mobile app designed specifically for the job shop, make to order manufacturer. “Our customer focus groups all came back with the same feedback; we need information 24/7, 365 days without being tethered to our shops. The popularity of iPads, Tablets and Smart Phones™ has skyrocketed recently and now everyone can experience the power of Mobile Dashboard,” stated Richard Ehemann, Chief Technology Officer. “Mobile Dashboard empowers Shoptech customers with the mission-critical information they need to make the best possible decisions as quickly as possible.”

About Shoptech Software

The E2 Shop System from Shoptech Software is comprehensive manufacturing software that puts total shop floor control at your fingertips. Designed just for job shops and make-to-order or contract manufacturers, E2 equips you to see your business like never before, and get the big picture on the best way to manage it.

Established in 1984, Shoptech Software Corp. is the leading provider of shop management solutions for small to mid-market Custom and Make to Order Manufacturers. Shoptech is headquartered at 180 Glastonbury Blvd, Glastonbury, CT 06033 and the main phone is (800) 525-2143. Shoptech has regional offices in Chicago, Las Vegas, Houston and Cincinnati. Additional information regarding Shoptech’s products and services is available on-line at


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