Inventory Management Software for Distributors
BrewOptix inventory management software helps distributors in two ways- distributors can order online from a brewery, and retailers can order directly from the distributors.
Twice the Benefits
End the text, email loop, and manage your orders from suppliers and retailers all in one place. When BrewOptix takes care of your inside sales, your team can get back to doing what they do best, building relationships with your suppliers and accounts.
Online Ordering Portal
Retail accounts place online orders that are emailed directly to you and your team.
The Only Tool You’ll Ever Need
Streamline your inventory process by allowing BrewOptix to manage your brands. BrewOptix inventory software keeps track of your finished product as it moves from production to the distributor.
Track the movement of all your inventory from purchases to sales.
Take the stress out of order management and get back to creating. Retailers place their orders via an online portal.
View all orders in one interface and go back and view the history of orders quickly and easily.
Organize your brands across all of your suppliers. Efficiently communicate the information to your retailers.
Retailers order merchandise by opening a catalog displaying pictures, prices, and sizes.
Creating or editing an order prompts BrewOptix to email you and your team all the pertinent information.
Quickly get all of your questions answered with written step by step instructions, videos.
Manage and project your current inventory by tracking, purchases, counts, sales, and adjustments.
The ordering system calculates pallet and weight information for orders to avoid overfilling trucks.
Manage your brands and your merchandise from purchase to delivery. BrewOptix calculates your projections, instantly helping you grow sales and provide your accounts with better service.
"...distributors like the ease of use of the portal as it allows them...to make better decisions when ordering to maximize days of inventory on hand or specific pallet configurations"
– Matt @Uplandbeer