TradeGecko had a lot of standard inventory management features—including the ability to list in-depth product information like weight, size, color, barcodes, costs, and expiration dates. You could also view each product’s restock history and consolidate all your business’s sales channels within a single platform (though the exact number of channels allowed depended on your plan).
However, TradeGecko also offered some inventory management features that weren’t so standard.
For instance, the TradeGecko platform supported bundling, kitting, and setting pack sizes. That helped you easily define groups of items that could be sold as one unit. TradeGecko also allowed you to use barcode scanners to search your product catalogue or add item info into your sales and purchase orders automatically.
With a Lite plan and above, TradeGecko also offered intense automation, thanks to the TradeGecko Connect feature. TradeGecko Connect could automatically calculate and set up reorder points, order quantities, lead demand metrics, recommended stock covers, and more for each item based on its sales and purchase history. That saved you time, since you didn’t have to manually calculate those metrics by hand.