Cin7 offers inventory management solutions to automate workflows and transactions. Its features include warehouse management, e-commerce integrations, POS, payment portal, reporting, and more. In this article, we cover user reviews and pricing. Ready to try Cin7? Get a free trial.
Cin7 pricing starts at $299/month. It offers three pricing tiers suited to different stages of a company’s growth: Starter, Momentum, and Advanced. The Starter plan is for growing startups, Momentum is for established brands, and Advanced is for enterprises that hold stocks in several locations and sell through different channels.
Interested users may contact its sales team to request a detailed pricing quotation.
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What Cin7 Does Well
Users who gave Cin7 a positive review said that the software produces comprehensive reports on products, stocks, and sales. Others mentioned that it automatically updates inventories and prices. Some of them also commended the seamless integration with different accounting software such as QuickBooks and Xero.
One user who gave Cin7 a positive rating on Capterra said that the search function can help fast track their day-to-day tasks. He also likes the software’s back-end stability, extensive third-party integrations, and multiple dashboard view options.
What Cin7 Does Not Do Well
Users who gave Cin7 a negative review reported that the customer support team lacks the technical knowledge needed to resolve their issues with glitches and bugs. Others also complained about the inability to sent invoices collectively.
“The software feels like it is still in beta and we have found quite a number of bugs. Most of the time, it’s a challenge to even convince their support to take responsibility for the problem, and generally, the solution is a workaround rather than an actual fix. There are a lot of problems we simply gave up on trying to resolve entirely. There are bugs they fixed that were subsequently reintroduced later on.” — Luke Taylor
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Check out the list below of some of Cin7’s features:
- Point of Sale
- Inventory Management
- Warehouse Management
- Payment Portal
- B2B E-Commerce
- Forecasting and Reporting
- Third Party Logistics
- Direct Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
What types of industries are best suitable for Cin7?
How does Cin7 help users monitor their stocks and sales?
Here is a list of some of Cin7’s popular integrations:
- Salesforce Sales Cloud
Disclaimer: The following information was provided by Cin7 and does not necessarily reflect the views of FitSmallBusiness.com.
What is Cin7?
Cin7 is a cloud-based inventory management solution that brings together all your sales channels and stock locations in one platform, making it easier to streamline and automate your order fulfillment and other business processes. Customizable dashboards and reports help you track stock movements and manage orders with a complete view of your purchases, sales, and warehouse and point of sale activity, and to make better inventory decisions. Brands that sell or distribute products use Cin7 to keep costs down, margins and cash flow high, and optimize their stock.
Cin7 provides onboarding, training and ongoing customer support. Training can be done through documentation, webinars, live online chats or in person. Support can be given online or over the phone.
Cin7 has over 200 integrations to unify your business, reducing data entry and giving you a single end-to-end view of your supply chain. Cin7 also has omnichannel support, built-in POS and extensive reporting, tracking and forecasting functionality.