Cloud inventory software and solutions

Take back control with Sage Inventory Advisor, a cloud-based solution that takes as little as 30 minutes to implement, and is accessible on your mobile device.

For as little as $1991 per month, you can take back control of your inventory

Replacing manual systems and processes with automated alternatives is key to taking the first step towards inventory optimization. Sage Inventory Advisor utilizes the simplicity of cloud-based deployment to help manufacturers, distributors, and retailers:

Leverage the power of big data

Accurately forecast

Improve profitability

Strike a balance between too much and not enough


Discover how to right-size inventory levels

Sage Inventory Advisor is a secure, cloud-based subscription service that helps you reduce stock outs, excess inventory, and working capital. And it's affordable, fast to implement, and connects directly to your Sage 100cloud, Sage 300cloud, and Enterprise Management.

Improve fill rates by 2-10% and reduce stock outs

Analyze real-time sales and inventory data to produce quality forecasts, reduce the time spent on manual tasks, and solve for the optimal investment required to achieve target fill rates that reduce stock outs.

How one company all but eliminated stock outs


Reduce working capital and free up 15%-20% of cash that's tied up in inventory

Resolve problems before they start—monitor product levels according to metrics of your choice—this will help you know exactly what to buy and when.

Reduce time spent on forecasting by 50% and save money

Modernize your forecasting—Sage Inventory Advisor can automatically receive and transmit your forecast data. Focus your efforts on analyzing your data, not manually pulling it together.

Sage Inventory Advisor

View a short product demo on how Sage Inventory Advisor can automate your inventory processes—saving you time, money, and a headache.


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Success Stories


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