QuickBooks Commerce (formerly TradeGecko)

QuickBooks Commerce (formerly TradeGecko)

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QuickBooks Commerce (formerly TradeGecko)

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What is QuickBooks Commerce (formerly TradeGecko)?

QuickBooks Commerce (formerly TradeGecko) is a cloud-based Order and Supply Chain Management platform. TradeGecko was acquired by Intuit QuickBooks in August 2020, and plans to sunset the resulting product were announced June 2021 (it will be discontinued as a standalone product in June, 2022).

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What is QuickBooks Commerce (formerly TradeGecko)?

QuickBooks Commerce (formerly TradeGecko) is a cloud-based order and supply chain management platform. It allows users to:
  • View stock levels in real-time as sales and purchase orders are tracked.
  • Automatically create purchase orders, sales orders, and invoices, tracking stock movement across all channels.
  • Sync stock movements across Shopify, WooCommerce, Bigcommerce, Magento, and Amazon.
  • Track multiple warehouses, taxes and locations.
  • Manage multiple currencies and sales channels.
  • Push invoices, income/sales, purchases, payments, cost of goods sold and all inventory assets to Xero and QuickBooks.
  • Create customized storefronts with the B2B eCommerce Platform.
  • Use the TradeGecko for Sales app on iOS.
TradeGecko was acquired by Intuit QuickBooks August 2020, and plans to sunset the resulting QuickBooks Commerce product were announced June 2021. The product will no longer be sold standalone from June 2022, though similar functionality will be found in the QuickBooks product portfolio.

QuickBooks Commerce (formerly TradeGecko) Features

  • Supported: Inventory Management
  • Supported: Supply Chain Management
  • Supported: Automates demand forecasting and inventory optimization
  • Supported: Integrates with multiple sales channels
  • Supported: Manages inventory and orders from all sales channels through one central hub
  • Supported: Automatically updates stock levels whenever sales are made
  • Supported: Manages multiple warehouses efficiently
  • Supported: Integrates with Xero and Quickbooks to manage accounting
  • Supported: Integrates with ShipStation and ShipIT to manage fulfillment
  • Supported: Private B2B eCommerce portal enables wholesale online
  • Supported: TradeGecko for Sales on iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch enables wholesale on-the-go
  • Supported: Real-time analytics and reporting

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QuickBooks Commerce (formerly TradeGecko) Technical Details

Deployment TypesSaaS
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS
Supported CountriesUnited States, United Kingdom, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Asia Pacific, Europe
Supported LanguagesEnglish

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What is QuickBooks Commerce (formerly TradeGecko)?

QuickBooks Commerce (formerly TradeGecko) is a cloud-based Order and Supply Chain Management platform. TradeGecko was acquired by Intuit QuickBooks in August 2020, and plans to sunset the resulting product were announced June 2021 (it will be discontinued as a standalone product in June, 2022).

Who uses QuickBooks Commerce (formerly TradeGecko)?

The most common users of QuickBooks Commerce (formerly TradeGecko) are from Small Businesses (1-50 employees) and the Consumer Electronics industry.

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Kitty McClelland | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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I love that it tracks everything in one place.....orders, apps....just everything! Very easy to use.
  • Tracks sales orders.
  • Keeps all apps in one place.
  • Makes it easy to look up customers/clients.
  • I don't see anything that they need to improve on right now.
Everything is on one dashboard (orders, sales, etc). QuickBooks Commerce helps our business grow without the headache of multiple apps or programs to keep track of everything.
Karina Kagramanova | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 5 out of 10
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Commerce is used by several employees of our organization and by me.
Mainly it helps to account for revenue by multiple channels and track inventory in multiple locations. This was the primary reason we switched to it. Also, we were planning to use a b2b portal.
  • Track inventory at multiple locations
  • Record revenue by multiple sales channels
  • - Couldn't integrate with existing QBO account. Had to set up a new QBO account and transfer all data, create lots of journal entries - was very time-consuming and labor-intensive. Caused some financial discrepancies to resolve.
  • - Have to process returns on Amazon and Shopify orders manually
  • - Tax-inclusive is not allowed - European sales are tax inclusive - can't import order with VAT included. Looks like the software is suitable for US only. Have to create such orders manually in Commerce and then manual journal entries in QBO
  • - Supports accrual accounting method only. In cash - it's a mess
  • - Support - not knowledgeable enough - I could only call for support (now they have chat) and they always had to get with the back-end and every call was not less than 1 hour. At the end I would get a link for the training materials
  • - Inventory not synching timely sometimes - I have a screenshot proving that inventory on our Amazon account was 0 but Commerce still had quantities, I had to manually press synch
  • - Shipping line from Shopify orders is not coded to Shipping income account but goes together with Sales of product income account
  • - When partial of the PO is received, not able to create a bill for the partial. There're only 2 settings: either bill created at the time of PO creation (for the whole PO amount - which increases your AP right away) or at the time the whole PO received. It works only when PO is shipped as a whole.
If things I listed in the "issues" section are resolved and addressed - I could recommend it more. Currently, it's still very undeveloped and I have to do a lot of manual work in order to make it work more or less.
Score 7 out of 10
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We are a small publishing company with remote offices and multi-warehouses (in two different countries). TradeGecko allows us the manage our inventory across these different locations and warehouses. It also allows us to manage inventory being produced in the different countries through a single centralised system (not Excel). It works very well for us.
  • Multi-currency support
  • Integration with Xero
  • Multi-warehouse support
  • Internet-based solution
  • Reporting - some reports are counter intuitive and difficult to customise
  • Speed - sometimes some simple processes take too long
  • Integration with Xero - some integration options are a little clunky and could be improved
TradeGecko (TG) has the edge over its competitor Unleashed with regard to their openness to develop and improve their solution. Whenever we've pointed out problems or deficiencies, the TG team have always been up-beat and receptive. TG works well for us; with over 500 products and multiple variants - it is helpful.
Score 9 out of 10
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We are TradeGecko (Now Quickbooks Commerce) Preferred Partners. We implement QBC into our clients' tech stacks and develop an automated digital ecosystem based on their requirements with specific nuances relevant to their industry. We setup QBC, integrate it with various sales channels—Shopify, Woocommerce, Amazon, eBay, etc, and then further extend the ecosystem to CRM and digital marketing. This includes setting up various automations within each application to create a scalable solution that significantly reduces the manual workload.
  • Shopify integration
  • Manage product bundles
  • Merchandise classification: variants and components
  • Manage multiple price lists
  • Automate purchase ordering
  • Automate backorders
  • The manufacturing dashboard isn't as good as Katana MRP, for example.
  • No built in POS.
Anyone using Shopify and has multiple warehouse locations. Setup correctly, QBC can add tremendous value. By setting up multiple price lists, and leveraging the built-in B2B platform, users can sell in multiple currencies to any number of customers in both the wholesale and retail spaces. Pack sizes and product bundles can also make life easy.
Score 1 out of 10
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We use it across all of our selling channels: Shopify, wholesale, and distributor orders. We use it as the nerve center for all movement and sales of goods, and for reporting that feeds back into finance.
  • Invoicing.
  • Payments.
  • Shopify integration doesn't work properly.
  • Reporting is dysfunctional.
To be completely honest, TradeGecko is not a fully baked product for multichannel selling, order, and inventory management. I imagine for a very simple company it could work well; or a fast moving low COGS brand it could be a good solution. The pricing is out of line with the support as well.
Support team just sends links to blog posts that are often out of date.
Wayne Spivak | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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I have installed TradeGecko (TG) in a client that is a baby apparel distributor/e-commerce retailer. They sell on their own website, the TradeGecko B2B e-comm site to boutiques, on Amazon and through EDI.

TradeGecko (with the exception of Amazon) receives the orders, invoices and maintains the perpetual inventory. It maintains all the relationships, billing and shipping info for suppliers and customers (either consumer or business). For Amazon, it just maintains perpetual inventory.

TradeGecko also handles the piping of orders, payments,etc. to Xero. It has a report section that has gotten better over the last year.

  • Interface with WooCommerce.
  • Interface with Xero.
  • Maintain Perpetual Inventory (less than 0.001% difference in value of inventory in TG and Xero).
  • Works with ShipStation extremely well.
  • Works with major EDI vendors (with reservations).
  • It doesn't handle salespeople (we're not talking commissions, just a field for salespeople).
  • It doesn't have credit limit checking.
  • They have an issue with sales tax (recalcuating tax on API feeds where tax has already been calculated).
  • There B2B needs a lot more functionality, but it does work.
  • If you use the B2B and you get a return, they only have credit card refunds capability of all or nothing - totally unrealistic.
Using TradeGecko requires to the company to make compromises. Which compromises depends on the business, what they are using for other 3rd party applications and what they sell.

You need to be very good with excel since you are able to upload and modify most files, which gives you major control over your data. They however need to modify the way in which new inventory items get loaded, as it is quite awkward if you use variants.

'Reports' as has been described prior has improved dramatically and most if not all can be downloaded in CSV/Excel format. This allows you to build your own reports with the data from the system.

If your business is very complex in nature, TradeGecko probably isn't the system for you. If you are doing thousands of transactions a day, again this is not the system. However, if you are a small to smaller mid-sized business, the system, its cost and the 3rd party applications make it worth a first second and third look.