Ecos helps wine producers keep track of inventory, production and sales data in a single system.

DOBSON, N.C. (March 22, 2021) – Shelton Vineyards, a family-owned business that produces 20,000 cases per year, recently implemented Ecos to manage all aspects of the business, from wine production and inventory management to retail, online and restaurant sales. Ecos offers comprehensive winery management software that helps winemakers and business owners streamline processes, save time and unlock valuable information.

Ecos fills a niche that does not yet exist in the wine industry by offering excellent wine production software combined with business management software, says Mandy Shelton Houser, co-president of Shelton Vineyards. A single system for managing all aspects of our business, including wine production, retail, internet and restaurant sales, will have a significant impact on our operations and make us more efficient.

Ecos partners with family wineries to provide opportunities that make running a business easier. The software offers the following features:

  • Systems for tracking inventory, from raw materials to packaged goods.
  • Preliminary report on wine real estate transactions to optimize tax return
  • Integration with accounting software (QuickBooks and Xero) and point-of-sale/commerce systems, including Commerce7 and Square.
  • More than 150 reports for real-time business insight

We chose Ekos because we wanted to integrate different parts of the company. With so many moving parts, it was desirable to have software that stores our data from grape to glass, says Ethan Brown, winemaker at Shelton Vineyards. We will use Ecos to monitor our wine production and follow every step of the winemaking process, as well as to better manage and control our inventories.

The use of technology is essential for winemakers who want to keep up with the demands of today’s digital world and continue to increase their sales year after year. A survey of wine producers conducted by Ecos in 2020 found that wine producers who use inventory and production management software are 23% more likely to expect sales growth over the next 12 months.

Ecos works with producers from around the world, but the team at Shelton Vineyards appreciates the opportunity to work with companies in our own region, says Josh McKinney, CEO of Ecos. The Shelton team has embraced our software and best practices and provides valuable feedback that helps us improve our product in the future.

For more information on Ecos, visit goekos.com/wineries.

About Ecos.

Ecos was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. Ecos is the leading business management software for beer, wine and cider producers. With more than 15,000 users on six continents, Ekos helps manufacturers to manage their daily operations in the areas of warehousing, production, distribution and accounting. As a central digital hub, Ekos provides valuable information, improves efficiency and profitability, and eliminates spreadsheets and manual record keeping. Ecos is supported by Noro-Moseley Partners. For more information, visit goekos.com.

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