Keep your inventory on trend, no matter the season
For fashion and apparel sellers, managing swift stock movement, shifting product lines, seasonal spikes, and high return volumes can feel like navigating a storm.
But there is a solution.
Our apparel inventory management software is your sanctuary in the chaos, ensuring your inventory stays accurate, your orders fulfilled, and your business ready for any trend, no matter the season or surge.
Your fashion commerce HQ
No more managing your warehouse, inventory and orders through a labyrinth of systems. Our all-in-one platform provides everything a fashion business needs – from tracking dynamic stock levels and overseeing sales, to handling returns and managing orders. Amp up your productivity and let your fashion business strut its stuff.
Real-time inventory sync
Avoid the fashion faux pas of overstocking, stockouts, and unsatisfied customers. Our real-time inventory sync feature keeps your data accurate across all your sales channels, adapting to the fast-paced nature of fashion. Say hello to a new trend of customer satisfaction.
Process orders faster
Feel like manually routing orders to the correct fulfillment center is holding your business back? Not anymore. Automatically route orders to the appropriate location, slashing manual labor and streamlining your processes. Your fashion business deserves to be at the forefront – and with faster order processing, that’s exactly where you’ll be.
Bundle similar products with ease
Are your product variations adding complexity to your inventory management? Simplify with ease by grouping similar items based on color, size, or material. Less confusion, more conversions – that’s the power of organized inventory.
CUSTOMER SUCCESS STORY
How Grace and Lace achieved greater inventory accuracy with SkuVault Core
“We were scrambling before, and the inventory management feature has defined our inventory. We know exactly where to look, where we can find our inventory, how much we have on hand, and that alone is worth the price we’re paying,” said founder Melissa Hinnant.