Pricing tailored to your business

Brightpearl’s pricing plans are designed to match your stage of growth.  Click on the plans below for more details.

Entry

Product-market fit & ambitious plans for growth

Inventory management and order processing are essential but working from spreadsheets isn’t sufficient.  You probably have some systems in place but you’re weighing up "making do" versus researching the bewildering range of similar products to find your solution...

 

By the numbers

  • Annual GMV

    Up to $500k

  • Orders per month

    500 to 800

  • Sales channels

    2 or 3

  • Stock locations

    1

  • Staff

    <10

Key considerations

  • How will you handle increased volume as the business grows and at peak times?

  • What is the true cost of current inefficient processes?

  • Are you looking at software to fix a specific issue, or to automate your business?

Options

  1. Stay with the current manual processes, build a short-term plan using the simple features in your ecommerce or accounting package, and upgrade only when it’s critical. These options are usually plugins at a fraction of the cost, similar to buying smartphone apps.

  2. Look at the huge range of entry level systems which will manage inventory and do basic order processing.

  3. Acknowledge that your business processes span multiple people and parts of the business, and look to automate all key processes where possible, supporting growth and reducing overheads.

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High

Growth

Business is booming and demand is high

You’ve probably already invested in software in addition to your accounting package. However, as volume increases, you’re finding bottlenecks and process problems, all wasting valuable time. All the vendors seem to offer the same inventory and order processing, with integration to your financial accounting, but set up and training would be down to you and you just don’t have the time...

 

By the numbers

  • Annual GMV

    Up to $2M

  • Orders per month

    800 to 2,000

  • Sales channels

    2 to 5

  • Stock locations

    1 or 2

  • Staff

    10 to 20

Key considerations

  • What should be your systems strategy?  Buy software to fill gaps for each department or look to automate entire processes in order to scale?

  • How do you minimize the costs of your back office as a whole so that you can invest in sales and marketing?

  • Who is responsible for the business software applications running the business, and will it scale as order volumes grow?

Options

  1. Look to integrate existing software using plugins, and create a network of different providers for different tasks,  most likely centered around the ecommerce platform.

  2. Look at entry level systems which connect with your sales channels since these appear attractive from a cost perspective. You may achieve inventory management sync across sales channels, and ship orders out of the door.

  3. Look at the back office function as a whole, not just in parts, and automate the end-to-end processes in order to drive down the costs of back office. Rely less on people and recognize that every time you touch an order it affects margins.

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Established

You're growing at pace and process efficiency is a priority

You’ve already recognized that integrating business processes and automation will support growth. While there are many options, most are limited to fixing specific problems, which means that data would be held on multiple systems. Although there are single solutions, they tend to require you to install on your own systems, or they’re hosted, with large ERP up-front costs...

 

By the numbers

  • Annual GMV

    Up to $5M

  • Orders per month

    2,000 to 5,000

  • Sales channels

    2 to 5

  • Stock locations

    1 to 3

  • Staff

    10 to 30

Key considerations

  • With so many moving parts, how do I understand the appropriate level of investment for software, and where and when will I see a return?

  • How do I ensure that we’re taking advantage of the latest technology to support growth and customer service?

  • How do we ensure we have predictable costs that scale efficiently?

  • Am I going to be left to set it up and get everyone trained, and what happens with new staff or if we want to add new capabilities?  Will I get help?

Options

  1. Go bespoke - build a spec that is exactly matched with the way your business works - should deliver what you need but at what cost, and will you be able to add new capabilities quickly enough?

  2. Opt for ERP - with such flexibility it should be possible to get close to perfection, but the downside is that it will take 9-12 months to be fully functioning, and the overhead of managing the platform is high and as ERP is built for dozen of different business types, you won’t get retail-specific expertise or best practice.

  3. Go for a retail-specific management platform, which is built for and used by businesses exactly like yours, where best practice processes are built in, and updates and innovation keep pace with the market and consumers.

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Brand

Leader

You are considered a leader in your sector

You’re a fast growing business, doing over 5,000 orders per month. You know that manual steps are costing your business money, and potentially impacting customer service. You’re looking to make cross-functional efficiency savings, and recognize that a single workflow system will achieve this. You know a large ERP is an option but investing 6-12 months of time and money before you get any value is a real concern.

 

By the numbers

  • Annual GMV

    $5M+

  • Orders per month

    5,000+

  • Sales channels

    5 or more

  • Stock locations

    Multiple

  • Staff

    20+

Key considerations

  • How long will it be until the system is fully operational and delivering value?

  • What happens if you need to take advantage of a business opportunity quickly, how quickly can the solution adapt?

  • How important is retail expertise from your solution provider?  Do you just want software, or do you want expertise, best practice and a partner for growth?

  • Do you need tech resources to support the system, or will business users be able to manage it all?  Have you factored this into the cost model?

Options

  1. Big ERP, delivered through small consulting agencies with a business model that relies on selling consulting time for implementation and support.

  2. Accounting focused ERP - top of the range accounting for accountants, but not built for retailers, and lacks innovation in line with changes in the market and consumer behavior.

  3. A retail-specific management platform, created for and used by businesses exactly like yours, where best practice processes are built in, and updates and innovation keep pace with the market and consumers. You get to use this software very quickly and shift your cost base from back-office-hungry, to front office-efficient.

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ERP capabilities, without the price of ERP implementation

Brightpearl is made just for retail, and our retail experts guide you through every step. The result? Full implementation in less than a third of the time of Enterprise Retail Platforms like Netsuite.

 

 

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