About Sully 2.0

E3 systems can help you manage your loading dock

Sully is our inventory management software.

Features

If you have a connection to the internet then you can connect to Sully 2.0. It works with traditional web browsers but also works with mobile phones, tablet computers, and laptops anywhere you can connect to the internet.

You don’t have to purchase expensive equipment or thousands of dollars of servers. Everything runs off our web browser.

If your business can afford Cable T.V. it can afford Sully.

Watch some of the videos below to learn more about the how Sully 2.0 can help your business.

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  • Address Management

    Keep track of shipping and receiving addresses with our system. Carriers, destinations, even third party's in a transaction can be saved in the system. Full support of ISO9000 Country and province codes.

    Watch this video to learn more.

  • Inventory

    If you know how to use a checkbook then you know how to use our system as we credit and debit items from inventory. When you create a bill of lading inventory is automatically removed from the system; trap over, short, or damaged products with our quarentine feature. When recieving a purchase order you automatically increase inventory in the system Full support of Department of Transporation Hazardous Material Codes

    Watch this video to learn more.

  • Bills of Lading

    You can now manage bills of Lading on the web. Documents can be entered via a web browser and review on a mobile device. These electronic versions can easily become paper documents which include special bar codes which can be scaned with a mobile phone Easily search and sort bills of lading so that you can hold your drivers and clients accountable for deliveries. Documents can be updated and reviewed in real time.

    Watch this video to learn more.

  • Reports

    Full Reporting fetures for inventory, Bills of Lading, Purchase orders and Packing Slips.

    Watch this video to learn more.