Sellbrite is a cloud-based inventory management solution designed for small and midsize companies. It offers order management, product management, channel analytics and inventory control functionalities within a suite.
Sellbrite helps users improve their online presence by providing them with the ability to list their catalog of products to various marketplaces. The shipping management functionality of the software enables users to ship their products from any of their channels seamlessly with the help of ShipStation and Amazon integrations.
Sellbrite features inventory management, which allows users to stay updated on inventory levels and control the available inventory based on business rules. Data is automatically updated and synchronized across all listings to reflect real-time inventory levels.
Customized reporting and dashboards track and monitor all inventory stock and levels, meaning users are better equipped in making decisions regarding their inventory control processes. Sellbrite is available on a tiered subscription basis.
Patrick from Cleveland Furniture Factory Outlet
Employees number: 6 to 10 employees
Sellbrite has great customer service, a decent feature set, and is an excellent place to start for beginning ecommerce merchants or those looking for a solution that keeps costs as low as possible.
Their development team doesn't always think completely through product updates, so they sometimes have issues when rolling out new features. To their credit, they usually work quickly to fix any issues that arise.
Make sure that the software has all the features you need (use the free trial offered by most companies), and carefully check the price plans to make sure that all those features are included in the price point that is in your budget. Integrations are often very important since there seem to be very few, if any, do-it-all software solutions available off the shelf. Carefully check the integration capabilities since some software solutions (not necessarily Sellbrite) claim to integrate with a variety of software, but the integrations are not very robust.