Stitch Lab’s mission is to democratize commerce and empower retailers by providing resources to improve their businesses as well as their employee’s lives. Stitch is an online inventory control solution that simplifies multichannel retail business. It automatically syncs inventory, orders, and sales across channels, providing retailers with operational efficiencies and a holistic understanding of their businesses. This enables retailers to save time, make better decisions, and grow. They are a VC backed company, with VCs: True Ventures and Constanoa.
Stitch Labs creates a central command for a business and bring all a business’s solutions together in Stitch. A business can save time by automating inventory and order information across their sales channels, shipping solutions and accounting systems. A company can know what’s in stock in real-time, track inventory quantities across their channels and warehouses from one location. And business can use various views to quickly see what products are available, running low, or awaiting to be replenished.
Businesses can managing multiple sales channels without increasing their workload. And they can save time by automatically syncing inventory availability across their webstore, marketplace and POS channels in one inventory management system. Businesses can even create and publish new listings in a snap.
Stitch Labs has many integrations, including those with sales channels like Amazon, eBay, Big Commerce, Esty, Magento, StoreNVY, Vend, Square, Shopify, SparkPay, WooCommerce as well as shipping and accounting capabilities with Shipstation, ShippingEasy, Xero, Quickbooks, Stripe, Authorize.net, Google Analytics, PayPal, Stripe, etc..
Stitch Lab’s product includes inventory, multichannel, orders, operations, reporting and pricing. If you are not sure this is the right solution for you, they offer a free trial, which is great — so you can try before you buy!
They also have earned a number of awards, including:
MY POV: Retail effectiveness and efficiency is key to making a business run well. And being able to know what inventory is where and having the ability to switch it to a channel that has orders versus keeping it a channel that is not performing as well, doesn’t make sense. What does make sense is to automate that process and that is what Stitch Labs does and more!
@DrNatalie, VP and Principal Analyst, Constellation Research