By knowing how much stock to order you'll lose less money when products are out of stock and waste less on buying more stock than you need.
Free up cash held up in inventory that isn't selling. Stocky tells you what's not selling and gives an estimated depletion date so you know which products need to go on sale.
Don't waste your time calculating how much new stock to buy, Stocky does this in real time using two methods:
Stocky is able to look at last seasons sales to give purchase order suggestions. It will also factor in any growth for the vendor over the last year.
The other way Stocky can suggest purchase orders is by looking at the recent sales performance of each variant over a given sample period. This works best for non-seasonal products and items that were not available last season.
You can then create a purchase order in just two clicks which can be downloaded as a PDF or CSV for emailing to your suppliers.
Stocky allows you to view by vendor or by supplier (if you order multiple vendors from a particular supplier).
Once your new stock arrives Stocky can sync your order with Shopify, which means in just one click Stocky will update your Shopify stock levels, saving even more time!
Stocky is for all growing businesses but to get the best out of Stocky we suggest your shop has been up and running for 3 months and has at least 10 SKUs and over 50 orders per month.
In addition the stock prediction and purchase order management Stocky has many handy features that can help you grow your business more efficiently:
Stocky's pricing is tiered to grow with your business.
Get to know Stocky with a 30 day free trial, just uninstall the app before the end of the trial and pay nothing.
If you're unhappy with Stocky in any way, we'll gladly refund your last invoice.
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