I would like to get possible solutions for managing our inventory for raw materials, work-in progress and finished products using shopify.
Is there any apps which can be used to handle the warehouse management ?
We have different components (raw materials) like dry fruits, chocolate etc treated as seperate SKUs and the final product which could be a combination of any of these raw materials. The final product is a seperate SKU. Invite suggentions and solutions to manage our inventory.
I’m Melissa, a Shopify Guru. Thanks for reaching out. There are some possible solutions so you can track the raw materials as well as current stock too. I have gathered up a list of some inventory management apps you can check out and see which one may suit your business the best:
I would suggest checking out a few of these and see what they have to offer. Also, take advantage of the free trials that are offered on these apps to see if they would be a good fit for your business. You can also, for specific features of how the app would work for your specific need, you can contact the app developer directly from their app page and inquire with them if their app meets your needs and possible to customize in the way you would like.
Hope this information helps! You can reach out to the Guru team https://help.shopify.com/questions if you have any questions.
Have a great day!
Melissa | Shopify Guru
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I just came across your post, and I think the problem you're mentioning is happening in other industries as well for other Shopify merchants.
It might be worth taking a look at this app? https://apps.shopify.com/ready-pantry
It was built for restaurants initially, but the main goal is to keep track of raw ingredient count and link a Shopify product to these raw ingredients, with insights on your costs, etc.
Let me know if it helps! In any case, there is a 28-day free trial so you can see if it's suited for you @Anne_Ballard