Stitch Labs is a business management tool designed for small companies that design and produce their own products. Users can centralize all their contacts, expenses, product information and orders in one location. Users can build an entire catalog of products, whether they sell one, ten or more. The application generates custom line sheet complete with the company logo. Users can organize their products however they want. Images can be attached to inventory listings as well as unlimited price structures. Users can also manage and track orders, invoices and fulfillment status. Stitch Labs provides integration with Etsy and Shopify stores so items can be automatically relisted and order data is imported directly to the application.Show more screenshots »
Stitch Labs was founded in May of 2011 by Jake Gasaway, Michelle Leham, Brandon Levey and Willo O’Brien. The application was given $1 million in Venture funding through True Ventures, Alex Bard, Cuban Council, Gary Benitt and Rishi Narayan. Stitch Labs has built a good reputation for itself among users. Many found that after trying the free trial, they were sold on the application and continued using it to simplify and streamline business management.
Stitch Labs isn’t intended for any business. It caters to businesses that design and make their products independently. The application offers many features that similar apps often don’t provide. Users can keep all their important day to day data in one place, including expenses, sales and customer contact information. The application also integrates with Etsy and Shopify, making it even more attractive to crafty individuals and small businesses in the handmade industry.
Stitch Labs takes its job seriously without losing touch with its individuality. The application favors light pastels and a pale background so the user never feels assaulted by visual elements. The layout is organized, just as the user would expect from any professional business management application. Users can easily learn how to runt heir business more efficiently by spending just a few minutes learning about Stitch Labs and signing up for a free trial.
A new user can click the blue “Try It Free” tab found on the Stitch Labs homepage to get started. The form on the next page asks for a first and last name, email address, company name, username, password and desired Stitch Labs site URL. The user is advised that a confirmation email will be sent to their inbox. The user should look for this message before signing in.
New users are given access to a free 30 day trial. After the trial has ended, the user must choose one of three subscription plans to continue using Stitch Labs. The Solo plan costs $12 per month and includes access for one user, up to 2,000 products and 1 GB of storage space. The Group plan costs $24 per month and includes access for up to three users, up to 3,000 products and 1.5 GBs of storage space. The Business plan costs $79 per month and includes access for up to 10 users, up to 5,000 products and 2 GBs of storage space.
Stitch Labs is a valuable tool for anyone who sells products they design and make. The application works for individual sellers as well as small businesses. Three subscription options are available that fit comfortably into most budgets. The service offers many helpful tools and can reduce the amount of time spent and frustration the average handmade seller experiences as their small business begins to grow.