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Stocky Inventory Management

Stocky Inventory Management

Developed by Vinderbit Pty Ltd

83 reviews
Price: From $29.00 / month Free Trial: 30 days More info
  • Plan what stock to order and reduce guess work
  • Find variants losing you revenue when out of stock
  • Create purchase orders and sync with Shopify upon delivery

Make more money

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.

Save time planning purchase orders

Don't waste your time calculating how much new stock to buy, Stocky does this in real time using two methods:

Forecast based on seasonal trends

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.

Forecast based on recent performance

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).

Save time updating your stock levels

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!

Who this app is for

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.

What else can Stocky do?

In addition the stock prediction and purchase order management Stocky has many handy features that can help you grow your business more efficiently:

  • Show product images on purchase orders

  • Input your supplier SKUs (called supplier codes in Stocky)

  • Input cost prices to see total cost of stock on hand

  • Total value of stock held based on the retail or cost price

  • Download CSV to print your labels using a Dymo printer

  • Run stocktakes either from a computer or load it up on your iPad

  • Log stock adjustments and record the reason and employee name


Stocky's pricing is tiered to grow with your business.

  • 0 - 100 products: $29/month

  • 101 - 3,000 products: $49/month

  • 3,001 - 6,000 products: $79/month

  • 6,001 - 10,000 products: $99/month

  • 10,001 - 100,000 products: $149/month

  • 100,000+ products: $249/month

Note: Pricing is based on products not variants/SKUs.

30 day free trial

Get to know Stocky with a 30 day free trial, just uninstall the app before the end of the trial and pay nothing.

Money back guarantee

If you're unhappy with Stocky in any way, we'll gladly refund your last invoice.

Frequently Asked Questions

Visit the FAQs page to see some of our most frequently asked questions.

In response to the negative review!

To answer some of the points addressed in a negative review.

Please always ask us if you can't find something, there's normally a way to do it! Many options are switched off by default because not all stores need them.

Stocky Inventory Management reviews

83 reviews
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Love this app. Support is super helpful and quick to respond. Would 100% recommend!!


Awesome, game changer for our company.


Great App! simple fast


This app is essential for inventory management to accounting standards. Seb the developer is very helpful and flexible with providing effective solutions. As others have mentioned these features should have been included as standard but we are glad this application exists.


Great for large inventory amounts, love the added information this gives. Quick response to any questions we've had.


Great app, does what is says nice and it's clean and simple, the way apps should be


It's essential. I don't get it how you could manage a shopify store without stocky.... It should be built in to shopify by default.


Great app, with some super helpful functions. It is basic, but it definitely simplifies looking at out of stock variants and top up supplier orders.


This is one of the most useful Shopify apps we have encountered, and well worth the price.

First, some background:

My company is a long-established multi-million dollar company. We ran for about 15 years on our own internally developed code before recently switching to "Shopify Plus" (Shopify's $2000+ per month option). There was a time in the not too far distant past when the only thing my company relied on an ISP for was for the pipe to the internet. We did *everything* ourselves, including maintaining and supporting our own DNS servers, email servers, website, and much more.

Besides having developed our own website code that generated over $50M gross revenue during it’s lifetime, we had many internal R&D projects targeted to replace, one-by-one, our internal servers. Some of our website R&D projects included an experimental Magento site, and other sites, each of which were being evaluated as to their feasibility of replacing our internally-developed site.

In other words, my company has a considerable amount of internal expertise on websites and website development. Thus, I think we are *very* qualified to provide a useful opinion on Stocky.

And as I mentioned above, Stocky is one of the most useful Shopify apps we have encountered, and well worth the price.

For any 3rd party Shopify app, you also need to consider the stability of the vendor before coming to rely on the app. The gravity of this consideration will vary in direct proportion to how easy it would be to replace (with something else) the functions provided by the app, weighed against the cost of the app, as well as the perceived stability of the vendor of the app. Without going into a huge amount of detail on how this evaluation was done with the Stocky app, suffice it to say that we have concluded that Stocky was a “must have” app. It passed our tests in this area.

I know Stocky has an overwhelming variety of features, but if you install it and then focus on only the three features I describe below, it will be *well* worth the money. Then you can investigate the other features as additional "gravy" as you move forward.

These features also pretty much require that you load COGS data into Stocky. For us, this was trivial, as we had the data in our legacy (in-house developed) site, and it was trivial to write a bit of code in our legacy site to write out a CSV file with this data, which was subsequently slurped up into Stocky. There are many other ways to accomplish this as well, depending on your own circumstances, but you really need to record the costs of your products to make proper use of Stocky. Without COGS data, you are flying blind. And Shopify, out of the box, does not store COGS data. You need a 3rd part app for that.

The three important features I think you should use first with Stocky are these:

1. Click the "Statistics" tab on the Dashboard. All of the statistics shown are very useful, but for us probably the most useful one is: “Total stock on hand at cost price”. This is a number that needs to be brought over to any accounting system (we use Quickbooks). I know of Shopify store owners that just SWAG (“Scientific” Wild-Arse Guess) this number, but I don’t think the IRS is going to accept SWAG'd numbers for any but the smallest of stores.

2. Click “Sale Items” on the Dashboard. This report is the equivalent of our old “Dead Stock” report in our old legacy website. This report shows days of stock on hand for all of your products, and you can filter those products in a very wide variety of ways. By looking at the top of the report, and can know what you are overstocked on (thus identifying products to put on sale), and you can look at the end of the report to know what needs to be restocked.

3. Stocky has a number of “Profit” reports that are extremely useful. As I write this, though, the profit reporting is beta, and not available on any normal Stocky menu. You must request the URL for it. But do so. It is worth it— even if Beta. But also be aware that this part of Stocky *is* beta!

If you just use the above 3 functions, you will be richly rewarded for the price you pay for Stocky, in all but the smallest of Shopify stores. Yes, very small stores probably do not need Stocky— and I am not exactly sure where to draw the line. Basically, though, when a store expands to more than a couple of dozen products, you probably need Stocky. And if you have hundreds of products, you *definitely* need Stocky.

Nevin Pratt, CEO
Bountiful Baby

P.S. The above was posted from the context of our "Bountiful Baby" shop (www.bountifulbaby.com), but I guess I posted it from my OPSGEAR account (www.opsgear.com). Both of those are our stores, and both stores are using Stocky.


Great App! Just what we needed.

From $29.00 / month

Up to 100 products: $29/month
101 to 3,000 products: $49/month
3,001 to 6,000 products: $79/month
6,001 to 10,000 products: $99/month
10,001 to 100,000 products: $149/month
Over 100,000 products: $249/month

Note: Pricing is based on products not SKUs.

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