Multiorders is a web-based shipping software created for businesses of all sizes. Multiorders allows users to integrate all sales channels and manage orders with its multichannel shipping and inventory management software. Users can also update marketplaces with stock levels, shipping status, and pricing info.
Multiorders Key Information:
Mantas Bacevičius, Domas Pleskus
1 (760) 600-8384
85 Great Portland Street, First Floor, London, England, W1W 7LT
What is Multiorder's price range?
Multiorder's plans range from $99.00 to $269.00 per month. If you want a customized plan, you can contact Multiorders to get a quote.
Is there a Multiorders free trial?
No, Multiorders does not offer a free trial. However, interested users do have access to a Free plan with limited features. The free plan lasts for 6-months. To learn about the free plan, go to multiorders.com and click 'Start using for Free' in the main homepage menu.
Where can I find the Multiorders login?
Go to multiorders.com and click "Login" in the top right of the homepage menu.
Reviews of Multiorders:
This is an awesome solution for selling products in bundles. I deal with arts and crafts supplies and since some of my kits involve a few of the same items which are sometimes in different quantities, Multiorders really saves me from overselling/
I like how easy it makes dealing with daily tasks. Shipping and printing labels takes literally seconds.
At this price point, it is the perfect solution for every business that sells anything. We use it for both our physical store and the two online stores. Without using Multiorders we would have to implement either a much more expensive software or a few separate solutions.
As a small multi-channel business owner I've found Multiorders extremely helpful. It basically merges both my shops into one, as far as order, inventory and shipping management is concerned.
My overall experience is great. I use Multiorders to its full potential, i.e. order management, inventory management, and shipping management. It greatly reduces the amount of time needed to spend on the "paperwork" part of fulfilling orders.