About the app
Take the guesswork out of inventory forecasting.
How does it work?
Optimize your cash flow and your time with an inventory forecast based on sales trends, vendor lead time and targeted stock levels. Easily see what, how much and when to order with Inventory Planner's data-driven forecast.
Selling on Amazon or other sales channels? View all of your sales trends and inventory needs in one place. Control what products to replenish at each warehouse and for every sales channel.
Powerful insights put you in control of your inventory. Identify overstock to help you free up needed cash by clearing out what's not working for you. Compare product lines, brands and suppliers to see financial trends in your business.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does the pricing work?
Start with a 14-day free trial to see what Inventory Planner can do for you.
Following your trial, your first store and up to 1000 SKUs are $119.99/month. +$80/month for any extra warehouse up to 3 warehouses. +$15/month for any extra 1,000 SKUs up to 10,000 SKUs.
Can I connect multiple sales channels?
Yes, Inventory Planner supports Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Lightspeed, Quickbooks Online, and Square.
What does Inventory Planner change in my store?
Inventory Planner is mostly a read-only service. We don't create, edit, or remove any products or sales orders. For eCommerce platforms such as BigCommerce, we optionally update stock quantities when you mark your products as received in purchase orders. This step is explicit and cannot be done by accident.
How Stupid Cancer Uses Inventory Planner After Outsourcing Fulfillment
In May 2014, sales in the Stupid Cancer Store reached the point where our small team was unable to continue fulfilling orders and warehouse the expanding line of products in our New York City office space.
One weekend in particular, we held a sale that yielded 315 orders by Sunday morning. When the dust had settled and all the orders were shipped, it was clear that it was time to outsource fulfillment.
The search for a third-party fulfillment company (3PL) was a straightforward process. We identified a warehouse solution, two hours away from our NYC-based headquarters in Pennsylvania that would serve our needs perfectly.
One of the unanticipated consequences of the warehouse was the fact that I literally lost touch with our inventory. In the past, I would see first-hand what was selling because I was handling it on a daily basis. Now I had to adjust to my new "out of sight/out of mind" reality. Keeping an eye on items that were moving fast or sitting on the shelf was now much more difficult and required the use of detailed reporting.
Around this time, I stumbled upon Inventory Planner in the Bigcommerce App Store. As a huge fan of apps, I immediately connected it to my Bigcommerce store and gave myself a self-guided tour of the product. Suddenly, I could see my inventory again. The insights and reports let me take a new approach to stock replenishment beyond the Bigcommerce low stock alerts.
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