Sell Wholesale with Stitch

Last Updated: Apr 09, 2019 12:06PM PDT
Manage wholesale selling in Stitch via the manual order feature and our integrations with Paypal, Stripe, and Authorize—or integrate Stitch with a dedicated wholesale selling solution like NuORDER or SPS EDI.

Note: Note: This article applies to both our Stitch X and Stitch Classic Versions.


Use Stitch to help make the sale. Showcase products using the Line Sheet feature. Check available and awaiting units to know what you can sell and what's on the way.

Use the Ignore Stock and Draft Order options to prepare a quote without committing stock or inflating sales numbers. Export your quote as a PDF or email right from Stitch.


Add detailed customer info (multiple contacts, payment terms, state resale license, EIN); Stitch automatically saves this for quick entry on repeat purchases.

Use Advanced Product Search to quickly add multiple line items within a product, style, or product category. Quickly add pricing info using pre-saved pricing tiers.

Tip: Import orders in bulk using our Import Orders CSV.


Easily prepare and share branded invoices right from Stitch. Bill in whole or in parts. Customize invoices with your company logo, payment instructions, and a footer message.

Export invoices via PDF, email right from Stitch, or sync to accounting. Use the Paypal integration to send e-invoices; when a customer pays, Stitch automatically updates the order.


Use tags and internal order notes to communicate with your team. Note your shipping window using Ship Date ("start ship") and Cancel Date then set customizable alerts (Stitch Settings > Order Settings > Order Alerts) to stay within your window.


Process credit card payments right from Stitch using our Stripe and Authorize integrations. Use Payment Due Date, the Past Due order filter, and the Outstanding Invoice report to stay on top of payments.


Filter reports by channel to analyze wholesale business separate from other channels. Tag orders by sales rep and use the Sales by Order Tag report to calculate commissions. Use Sales by Contact and Sales by Contact Tag to see who's buying what.