Real-time inventory system for Turbify Stores
from $ 99
per month
One-time Setup Fee $2500
  • All subscription plans include the full feature set
  • Your plan is based on average monthly order count (over last year)
  • Contact us for annual plan pricing and discounts
The PD/ONE Inventory Connector offers real-time inventory awareness in My Account, Gift Registry, Search, Back In Stock Alerts and other Practical Data features.

This connector is compatible with OrderMotion, Stone Edge, Centrifuge and many other Turbify Store compatible inventory systems*. Inventory data is kept up-to-date in real-time as orders are placed within your store. Alternatively, stock data may be imported periodically from an external feed, manually uploaded via CSV file or manually adjusted from an admin interface.
  • Compatible with Order Motion, Stone Edge, Centrifuge and more*.
  • Provides inventory awareness to Search, Order History, Gift Registry and other PD/ONE Features.
  • Immediate adjustment of inventory when orders are placed.
  • Supports inventory overrides so that a set of products can be always in stock or always out of stock.
Important Notes
  • The setup fee varies on a per merchant basis (depending on your store configuration and preferences). This is only an estimated cost typical of most projects. Please contact us for more information.
  • PD/ONE Inventory Connector is not compatible with 4PSite.

Select a Subscription

Standard Up to 500 orders per month
$ (99) / mo
$ (1070) / year
$89.17 / mo
Professional 500 - 2,500 orders per month
$ (199) / mo
$ (2150) / year
$179.17 / mo
Enterprise 2,500 - 5,000 orders per month
$ (329) / mo
$ (3550) / year
$295.83 / mo
One-time Setup Fee $2,500.00

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Please contact us for a pricing estimate if your volume exceeds 5,000+ orders per month.
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