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Industry Specialties
eCommerce, Retail and Wholesale
Pricing
Low-end
Works Best For
Any Sized Businesses

About Orderhive

Orderhive, a multi-channel inventory and order management solution, founded in 2013 by Niraj and Jayneel Patel, is already trusted by over 2000 sellers to manage their inventory and distribution across multiple sales platforms and channels. Orderhive has shipped nearly 2 M orders, with 99.99 percent uptime. 

In today’s fast-paced, increasingly fragmented retail world, a multi-channel inventory tracking and order management system is essential. Keeping inventory synced across platforms, managing orders, returns, drop-shipments, purchasing, and analysis, Orderhive makes it easy to manage all of your selling channels, with all of your data stored in a single back-end. Orderhive offers pre-built integration with over 40 solutions, including marketplaces such as Amazon or eBay, ecommerce platforms like Shopify or Bigcommerce, and accounting systems like QuickBooks or Xero. It even allows you to manage shipping from over 10 and tracking from over 300 providers, including UPS, USPS, FedEx, etc. Furthermore, Orderhive manages your customer and vendor contacts, maintaining order and return history, and a single place to verify addresses and view order status. Wholesalers will enjoy the customer portal and recurring order capability, allowing their customers to view stock and place their own orders as needed. 

We recommend Orderhive to growing ecommerce businesses looking for a single system that can manage their orders, shipping, contacts, and sync inventory across channels. 

Have questions about Orderhive? Want to find out more about inventory management software? Call, click, or email to speak with an unbiased Technology Advisor for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation on your unique requirements. 

(Last updated on 03/21/2016)