I have recently joined a company as a financial consultant and have 25+ years using varied operating software (ERP, stand-alone, cloud-based, inventory...). The company I consult for is a distribution company that has several sales channels (3 Shopify and 1 Amazon) selling into both B-to-B and B-...Read the full review
We are grandfathered in from early stitchlabs pricing so we don't pay the $499 monthly price. Given that I miss out on upgrades as stitchlabs tries to phase out my $75/mo plan and force me to switch over. I use it with Shopify, Shipstation, Xero, Amazon, Paypal and Stipe. Eventually I will ...Read the full review
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Plans start at $499 and move up from there according to your unique business needs.
An online inventory control solution designed for growing multi-channel retail businesses, Stitch Labs simplifies operational challenges and provides users with a more holistic understanding of how their businesses are performing. The software automatically syncs a retailer’s inventory, orders, and sales across all channels, resulting in streamlined operational efficiencies and more strategic business decisions.
Ideally suited for multi-channel retailers that utilize one or more online sales channels, Stitch Labs is also frequently used by brick-and-mortar retailers, as well as wholesale channels. Key features include inventory syncing, multi-warehousing, FBA stock control, order management, analytics, accounting integrations, publishing listings, purchasing, and forecasting.
Stitch Labs offers a way for multi-channel retail businesses to simplify operations through the use of centralized inventories and powerful forecasting tools. Business owners who use Stitch Labs are able to create more time in their days by streamlining and automating manual inventory tasks. They can also get access to sales forecasts and actionable insights, which can then be used to make smarter business decisions.
Ultimately, Stitch Labs provides its users of a clearer view of where their businesses are at and where they are going. Inventory reporting features—such as product reports, sales forecasting reports, historic stock logs, and sales channel reports—become an integral component in diagnosing a retailer’s strengths and weaknesses. Stitch Labs is also able to simplify the order management process with shipment tracking, historical order imports, wholesale management, and even drop shipping capabilities.
Stitch Labs is able to keep stock availability updated across all online sales channels. Updates are made in real time as orders come in from customers on the web.
If you’re a retailer who sells on multiple channels, you’ll understand the value of inventory syncing right away. Let’s assume you have 30 pairs of red socks in stock at your warehouse. When an order comes in from Amazon, Stitch Labs will automatically update your inventory on the other channels you sell on. These channels could include Shopify or eBay, among many others.
Businesses that sell on multiple channels—such as Amazon, Shopify, and eBay—often need support for managing sales and inventory changes. Stitch Labs serves as a central command center for all order management issues. This helps drive the process forward and improves efficiencies for retailers that need help managing product shipping and fulfillment.
To prevent customers from slipping away from your business because of poor order management, Stitch Labs, allows you to centralize your orders before they get sent to shipping with the use of shipping integrations, such as ShipStation or Shipping Easy. You can also manage your wholesale orders along with traditional retail orders, without the need to switch between multiple online systems.
Retailers that use Stitch Labs are able to quickly generate new purchase orders (POs) based on accurate sales forecasts and stock level alerts. The software's purchasing module streamlines the buying process, increases transparency about what stock is awaiting shipment, and ultimately improves supplier relations.
By creating a PO in your Stitch Labs account, all the pertinent information—including current product availability, typical purchase volume, and cost—will be available right away. To determine what stock is awaiting, view the Awaiting column in the Main Inventory view.
Stitch Labs is able to provide its users with a proprietary forecasting algorithm. This algorithm can be used to predict upcoming sales volumes, which in turn improves purchasing and operations for any retail or wholesale business.
The longer you use Stitch Labs, the more accurate your forecasting reports will become. You can review your latest sales forecast reports to see estimates of when your inventory is expected to sell out. Using this information, you can connect with suppliers in a timely manner and avoid back-orders or sell-outs.
Stitch Labs integrates with Quickbooks, Quickbooks Online and Xero. The web-based solution can automatically send sales, purchasing and inventory asset numbers into these systems.
Stitch Labs also integrates with sales channels such as Amazon, BigCommerce, eBay, Etsy, Magento, Store Envy, Square, Shopify, SparkPay, Vend, and WooCommerce; shipping solutions like ShipStation and Shipping Easy; payments providers like PayPal, Stripe, and Authorize.net; and analytics apps such as Google Analytics, Lokad, and Google Drive.
An API is available, and Stitch Labs is working closely with partners that are building additional integrations.
Pricing for Stitch Labs is available on a tiered basis, with functionality tailored based on the size of the business.