Clothing inventory management

At the heart of i.LEVEL is our clothing inventory management solution. It’s an off-the-shelf fashion solution that covers clothing, shoes, accessories and jewellery. Some of the UK’s best known fashion brands use it – Religion, Yumi, Ariella, Emreco, etc – as well as many smaller start-up brands with just two or three employees.

That’s the strength of i.LEVEL – our clothing inventory management solution is fully scalable making it the ideal solution for young, dynamic fashion brands looking to grow and expand without the burden of having to build their own bespoke software solution.

Another significant advantage is that i.LEVEL is designed exclusively for the fashion industry. Our founder and CEO has worked in fashion for over 40 years and he built the solution specifically because he couldn’t find anything that was fit for purpose on the open market. Over fifteen years later, i.LEVEL is now the leading off-the-shelf fashion software solution in Europe.

Just as importantly, we place great store on looking after our fashion brand clients. Our customer support centre is based in Bedford and our clients can contact us by phone, email, live chat and we are also able to screen share whenever necessary.  We also, of course, provide full training on site and back this up with a range of online download manuals.

Alongside our clothing inventory management solution we also offer a whole suite of related software solutions. These include barcode scanners, EPOS, concession software, tablet order taker, and much more besides. Factor in our long list of integrations (including Sage, Xero, Shopify, Amazon, and dozens of high street retailers both online and high street retail) and i.LEVEL can comfortably be lauded as the complete 360° fashion solution.

If you’d like to know more about our clothing inventory management solution, please contact us on 01234 761 757 or email . We’d be delighted to tell you more and demo our system in person or via Skype.



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