How do I track stock using Stitch X?

Last Updated: Jun 27, 2018 10:18PM PDT
To help you track inventory through purchase, receipt, allocation, and shipment, Stitch offers several inventory measures:

Note: This article applies only to the latest version of Stitch. If you're using an older version, please refer to the corresponding Stitch Classic article.


Stock refers to all units of inventory, including units not available for sale. It should match the quantity you physically have on hand, and is the only quantity that you update directly.

When an order is imported or created in Stitch, Stock won't immediately change.


The Committed quantity reflects unshipped units on fulfillments and transfer orders.

Committed units count against what you have available to sell. Committed stock goes down when you ship against a fulfillment or a transfer order.


Available stock is the quantity available for sale. Stitch automatically calculates this value as total stock less committed stock:
Stock - Committed = Available

Master of Stock pushes the available quantity to your integrated sales channel.


Awaiting stock represents all units on purchase orders that have yet to be received.

Awaiting units don't directly impact availability, but knowing what's awaiting at a glance can help you sell and allocate more efficiently.


Inbound represents incoming units for a specific warehouse. Purchase orders and transfer orders both add to the Inbound quantity.

Like Awaiting stock, Inbound units don't directly impact availability.


Transfer units represent the quantity on transfer order shipments. When you transfer inventory between locations, Stitch tracks this inventory separately. Transfer units aren't available for sale or additional routing.