Supply Chain Management for eCommerce Brands

Supply Chain Management for eCommerce Brands

  • 01-20 SKUs 
  • Manage stock across multiple channels Amazon, Shopify, eBay, Walmart, etc
  •  Demand planning and forecasting
  •  Include marketing plans in the forecast
  •  Monitor & improve relationships with suppliers and vendors
  •  Handle logistics & shipping
  •  Inventory reconciliations
  •  Manage 3PLs
  •  Weekly check-ins & meetings


  1. How can your supply chain services help my business?

    Many e-commerce sellers focus heavily on marketing and sales but struggle with inventory management and cash flow accumulation. This can lead to problems such as running out of stock or carrying excess inventory, which can hurt your business's reputation and overall value. Our services can help you automate and optimize your inventory management processes, allowing you to reduce costs and improve your cash flow. Additionally, by relying on systems and standard operating procedures (SOPs) rather than manual processes, you can reduce errors and improve the efficiency and reliability of your supply chain operations.

  2. How do you manage the inventory for Amazon brands?

    Manual Processes

    For brands in an earlier growth phase, we use the reports from Amazon accounts to feed into our automated sheets, which present all the data for replenishments and purchase order (PO) alerts in a user-friendly way. This allows us to quickly and easily see which products need to be replenished from 3PLs and issue POs to suppliers when required.

    Automated Processes

    We have collaborated with a range of inventory management systems to get lower-cost of subscriptions for our clients ranging from low-cost to higher-cost solutions depending on your needs. These tools integrate with Amazon accounts and allow us to use real-time data to manage inventory, purchase orders, and transfer orders more efficiently and effectively. We tailor those systems to your brand's custom needs depending on each SKU's lead time and supplier location.

  3. Why should I use systems-managed inventory then excel sheets?

    If you evaluate your time in $$$ then you are spending more money on excel sheets than inventory management systems. Here are a few of the main benefits:

    a. It uses real-time data and automatically updates the inventory count which saves you from excess orders if something is OOS.

    b. It allows users to easily add and update inventory data.

    c. It offers more features and functionality than an Excel sheet, such as automatic reordering and real-time inventory tracking


Haseeb Ahsan


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Fixed Price: $1,099.00

Duration: 30 Days