Sellercloud vs. SkuVault
Feature Comparison

There are many reasons why SkuVault customers have started to migrate to Sellercloud.

SkuVault is a limited solution that primarily focuses on inventory management. Sellercloud’s key advantages include unparalleled integration capabilities, powerful order and inventory management features, comprehensive reporting and analytics tools. Our highly customizable platform allows you to tailor your operational workflow to your unique needs and requirements.

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Subscription fees
Start your account at $1100 with a monthly subscription, no contracts.

No additional charges
No hidden fees. What you see is what you get.

No commission charges
Pay order fees per FBM and FBA.

Implementation (included in the price)
Get up and running with the help of our experts.


Tier-based pricing
4 tiers up to $1149 with different order and user limitations.

Additional order charges
If an order threshold is surpassed, per order fees are applied.

Per user fees
Sellers get charged $80 – $130 for each additional user.

Implementation fees
Sellers can get charged up to $10,000 for additional training and onboarding.

Points to consider

Comprehensive features

From inventory and order management to shipping and fulfillment, Sellercloud provides a one-stop-shop solution for sellers. SkuVault, on the other hand, is primarily focused on inventory management, and lacks many of the advanced features that Sellercloud offers.


Sellercloud is highly customizable, allowing sellers to tailor the platform to their unique needs and requirements. This flexibility means that sellers can create a personalized workflow that fits their business rather than having to adapt their operations to fit the limitations of the platform. In contrast, SkuVault is more rigid and less customizable, limiting sellers’ ability to optimize their workflow.

Integration capabilities

Sellercloud has extensive integration capabilities, which means that it can easily integrate with a wide range of other platforms and tools. This makes it easier for sellers to manage their operations across multiple channels and platforms, and to streamline their workflows. SkuVault has more limited integration capabilities, which can make it harder for sellers to manage their operations across multiple platforms.


Sellercloud has analytics tools that help track expenses, manage invoices, or generate financial reports. SkuVault doesn’t have the functionality to create and send invoices to customers.

Shipping software included

Sellercloud has its own shipping app that comes with your Sellercloud account free of charge. You can generate shipping labels and send tracking information back to marketplaces. With SkuVault, sellers must use third-party shipping software to manage their shipping needs.

Listing capabilities

Sellercloud’s centralized master catalog lets you manage your listings across all of your channels. With SkuVault, you would need separate software to list products on third-party marketplaces, which would accumulate additional costs.

Warehouse management system 

Sellercloud lets you manage inventory movements and scan and track products across multiple locations via Desktop or mobile device. SkuVault can only be accessed through a web browser on a Desktop computer and requires an external scanner for inventory management.

Third-Party Logistics (3PL) support

Sellercloud provides seamless integration with various e-commerce platforms and 3PL providers, making it easy for sellers to manage fulfillment and shipping operations. SkuVault doesn’t offer third-party logistics support, which can make managing operations harder.


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