Stocky

Stocky

by Shopify

Inventory Management for Shopify POS Pro

3.6 of 5 stars(148 reviews)

Increase profitability

Improve sales and have better visibility into what products you should order when based on product performance and seasonality.

Reduce inventory loss

Track what you’ve received and what’s leaving your store. Know when stock runs low so you can create purchase orders or transfer items.

Save time, reduce errors

Eliminate the need to manage spreadsheets or multiple systems. Use one tool to track your products across all your locations.


About Stocky

Effective inventory management is a strategic advantage to your brick and mortar retail business. Selling out of in-demand products can be harmful to your sales—but keeping too much inventory on hand can drain your resources.

Leverage Stocky by Shopify to optimize your inventory decisions. Spend less time worrying about what products to purchase and more time maximizing your profits with the best product mix for your business.

Key Features:

Purchase orders: Create and manage purchase orders from one place. Communicate more effectively with your suppliers and vendors, and have a clear view of what’s coming in and when.

Demand forecasting: Receive recommendations on your products based on your rate of sales. Know which products are the most profitable and which you should re-order when.

Receiving: Give staff full visibility across all your locations and warehouses. When stock comes in, your staff can use a barcode scanner to quickly and accurately receive and place inventory.

Stock transfers: Replenish stock quickly to meet customer demand. Transfer products from one location to another in Shopify POS or in your Shopify admin.

Stocktakes and adjustments: Enable your staff to conduct regular stocktakes by easily counting or scanning stock on hand.

Analytics and insights: Use in-depth reporting to make good inventory decisions. Access analytics such as low stock and best seller reports, stock on hand, ABC analysis, SKU/variant reports, and more.

Integrations: Integrated with Shopify POS Pro

See the app in action

Explore how the app works in an example store.

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Works with

  • Shopify POS

    Shopify POS

    Use this app while selling in person with Shopify point of sale.

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Pricing

Free to install

Included with Shopify POS Pro

3.6 of 5 stars

The overall rating reflects the current state of the app. It accounts for all app reviews but prioritizes the most recent ones.
  • 5 of 5 stars
    82% of ratings are 5 stars
  • 4 of 5 stars
    6% of ratings are 4 stars
    (9)
  • 3 of 5 stars
    1% of ratings are 3 stars
    (2)
  • 2 of 5 stars
    3% of ratings are 2 stars
    (5)
  • 1 of 5 stars
    7% of ratings are 1 stars

Most recent reviews

Red Fox Party Supplies

I have been really trying with this app only to find that both my purchase order and stocktake aren't syncing properly and lots of embarrassing out of stock are showing on my website , but they are in stock and we know we have put them thru a purchase order. we even trying doing a stocktake to fix. I put a report in via my pos and have also contacted support but ready to abandon it!

TCL Fasteners, Inc.

Beware, installing this app automatically activates a 30 day trial without notifying you. I still have no idea what the app costs, or how frequently it is billed. I did not agree to any additional billing. Hidden in the apps preferences, it tells you to uninstall if you don't want to be billed after the trial ends.

DrSchwarzbein.com

This app only tracks inventory available for sale. It does not also provide a count of stock physically on hand. This means that if you have, for example, 5 t-shirts on the shelf, and someone orders 1, the stock count will now show as 4. However, seeing as you haven't fulfilled this order yet, you still have 5 shirts on the shelf, and your stock on hand count should be 5, while the stock available is 4. if you go and do a stocktake under these circumstances, you will count that you have 5 shirts, while Stocky says you should only have four. If you "correct" this discrepancy, you are now actually making your stock count incorrect. While this isn't a huge deal with only one product, if you have many SKUs, and a large order volume, it is essentially impossible to do a stocktake correctly. Until Stocky creates the ability to track both stock available as well as stock on hand (something that Tradegecko does while integrated with my Shopify store with no problem), Stocky is basically useless.