SalesBinder

SalesBinder

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SalesBinder

Overview

What is SalesBinder?

SalesBinder is an online inventory management system which also combines an organization’s customers, sales leads, purchase orders, estimates, and invoices into one globally accessible place. This enables users to have real-time access to their inventory and all other business activities....

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Pricing

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Free

$0

Cloud
per user

Bronze

$19

Cloud
5 users

Silver

$49

Cloud
25 users

Entry-level set up fee?

  • No setup fee
For the latest information on pricing, visithttps://www.salesbinder.com/pricing

Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services
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Product Details

What is SalesBinder?

SalesBinder is an online inventory management system which also combines an organization’s customers, sales leads, purchase orders, estimates, and invoices into one globally accessible place. This enables users to have real-time access to their inventory and all other business activities.

Advanced functionality includes team collaboration, custom user permissions, inventory locations, detailed financial reports, low inventory notifications, as well as a complete Application Programming Interface (API).

According to the vendor, SalesBinder is not only a management system, it’s also a platform which allows users to integrate their data into existing websites or applications in real-time.

SalesBinder Features

  • Supported: Inventory Management in the Cloud
  • Supported: Online Invoicing, Estimates, and Purchase Orders
  • Supported: Customer Relationship Management

SalesBinder Screenshots

Screenshot of Inventory List

SalesBinder Integrations

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SalesBinder Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS, Mobile Web
Supported CountriesUnited States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, United Kingdom, Philippines, Pakistan, Malaysia, India, Spain, France, Italy, Belgium, Germany, Portugal, China
Supported LanguagesEnglish, Spanish, French, Danish
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Reviews and Ratings

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Kyle Farago | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We used SalesBinder to track all purchases for the company to then "sell" the related purchases to the appropriate department as we were responsible for purchasing all equipment for all departments within the company. This allowed us to make purchases from our budget, receive the items (or perform a drop ship to off-site departments), and then charge the item out to the appropriate department once it left. Then at the end of the month, we could easily provide each department a list of all costs/purchases to reclaim that amount to our budget.
  • Easily set up inventory
  • Easily make purchase orders
  • Easily set up drop ships
  • Easily make any necessary changes
  • At the time I last used SalesBinder entering shipping for sales and such was not a feature, so we just created a $0.00 inventory item for FedEx with a Qty of 99 and changed the cost for each sale as needed.
  • At the last time I used SalesBinder there was a glitch that would duplicate an inventory item at random across all locations with a qty value of 11.
SalesBinder works well for really anyone that needs to track inventory, and any small to medium business (even large if the product grows with you) that sells the inventory either internally or externally and where those "cash" transactions need to be tracked. Bringing this product into a large business with an existing large inventory may not be the best fit depending on the tools you already use - as this system works very well as a stand-alone. It will work anywhere no matter what, it just may not be the best solution for very large scale.
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