An inventory control system that ensures everything is in place
Improve inventory control through automatically updated stock levels whenever sales and purchases are made.
Keep track of your stock levels
Stockouts can cause you to lose sales and disappoint customers. That's why it's so important to manage your inventory levels and make sure that reorders are made on time. With TradeGecko, you will also be able to manage inventory across multiple locations and warehouses.
Here's how you can gain full control over your inventory with TradeGecko
Access real-time data about what you have, where it is, and how much it's worth
Automatically updated inventory levels when sales are made on any channel
Reorder point alerts for each product and variant
Inventory control features
View all your products as a complete list or organize by custom filters. Every product on the list displays its stock on hand (for each location), committed stock (for each location), cost, moving average cost (MAC), reorder point, and stock history.
Each product can be edited to include information such as image, variants, SKU code, barcode, supplier code, color, size, weight, buy price, wholesale price, retail price, sellable option, taxable option, description, notes.
Each product has its stock history, making it easy to see a comprehensive restock log (quantity, date, assigned team member).
Each product can contain different variants including weight, size and color.
Composite variants & product kitting
Define groups of items that are sold as one unit.
Barcode scanners can be used to search products by barcode, immediately entering item information into sales and purchase orders. TradeGecko works with all standard barcode scanners, from expensive bluetooth scanners to simple scanners plugged in via USB.
Stock on hand syncs with sales orders
Stock on hand values are updated once orders are fulfilled.
Stock on hand syncs with received purchase orders
Mark purchase orders as ‘Received’ and the stock on hand is updated.
Increase and decrease stocks levels for new products, returns, damages, shrinkage, and promotions – which also works for multi-item stock adjustments.
Inventory stock on hand report
See your total units on hand, total costs for the stock on hand, total retail value for the stock on hand, and the total profit value for the stock on hand. For each product or variant, see the number of units in stock, if they are taxable or not, the MAC, the retail price, the inventory value, the retail value, the profit value and the profit margin.
Incoming stock report
Check incoming stock by supplier and cost by supplier. For each product or variant, supplier name, the number of purchase orders, the stock on hand, the incoming stock, and the total cost of incoming stock will be displayed. Filter by location is also available.
Select a warehouse or stock location and check its stock on hand, committed stock, last ordered stock, last purchased stock, inventory value, profit value, profit margin.
Inventory details report
Check the overall (or filtered by location or product type) total stock on hand, total stock available, and total units committed. The details can also be split by each product and variant.
Check all products and variants that have fallen below the reorder point in a list displaying supplier name, number of products/ variants to reorder, as well as a link to the reorder page.