ProShop cloud ERP is a revolutionary and completely unique approach to manufacturing software. It’s is more than ERP software. It is more than MES and QMS software. It’s an innovative new way to manage every aspect of your front office and shop floor better than anything on the market. Our list of modules is one of the most complete on the market. We typically replace 3-5 other software systems with ProShop. But it’s not just about our features! Our usability and modern web-based navigation is taking the machine shop ERP world by storm! What is unique is how ProShop works. It links every corner of your company to all the others in a powerful but simple way so you can make the best decisions about how to run your business. Developed over the course of nearly 20 years on the shop floor of a CNC machine shop, ProShop was built by a manufacturer for manufacturers. We understand manufacturing better than any other vendor of Shop Management Software and our products help manage your complex business better than any other product out there. We’ve walked in your shoes and it’s our passion to improve manufacturing.
Browse through our list of ERP, QMS and MES Modules and features below to learn more about ProShop.
The estimates module allows you quickly create detailed cost and time estimates for parts or assemblies – either from scratch or our Rapid Estimate Template system. You can create any process flow for the part you are estimating, including labor time for set-up and cycle time, out-of-pocket costs for raw materials, BOM items, and out-of-plant processes.
This module tracks every customer order with information about prices, delivery dates, Work Order numbers, First Article Inspection (FAI) requirements, etc. When a customer sends you a purchase order based on a quotation that was sent to them, you can quickly and easily turn that quotation into a Customer PO with one click.
The Parts module is where all part specific work instructions, quality templates, shop routings, and more are kept. Media rich and visual work instructions including text, photos, and videos help guide employees to hit set-up and run targets, and helps to eliminate tribal knowledge on the shop floor.
Work Orders (WO) offer complete documentation of all current and past jobs with just a few clicks. Find out up-to-the-minute status of all the jobs in your shop and link to information such as how many labor hours of time have been tracked, dollars spent out-of-pocket, how many parts are finished through what stage, where out-of-plant parts are at and when they will be back.
The Tooling module is where all consumable tooling is managed and tracked. Any important attribute can be recorded, searched, etc. In addition to seeing a complete inventory of all tools in the tool crib, users can also see any tool that is currently in use in a Workcell (machine tool or tool caddy) and what is forecast to be needed from any current Work Orders.
RTA stands for Rotating Tool Assembly. This module is specifically for companies who perform machining and manages a combination of tool holder, collet, cutting tool, inserts, and out-of-holder length. By standardizing and managing common tool assembly configurations, shops can get the most consistent performance from their tools and machines.
It is essential for time tracking to be accurate, specific and fast to record. The Time Tracking module was designed to take just a few seconds to interface with and allows employees to record which Work Orders they are working on (if any), what type of work they are doing such as set-up, running, programming, troubleshooting, how many parts have been made and more.
The Quality Manual is a broad document that sets forth the quality system procedures and defines compliance with the standards your company is certified for. It includes the company Quality Policy and goals, Key Performance Indicators, a detailed description of the quality system, procedures, and other resources for maintaining high quality product and services.
The Training module offers training for any Task, Quality Procedure, or stand-alone activity. Trainings include instructions on how to accomplish any activity, and may include tests, videos, photos, etc. When a User completes a training, they are signed off on a new higher proficiency level by the designated trainer.