The Top 5 Flxpoint Alternatives on the Market for 2022


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Every year the ecommerce space is getting faster, smarter, and more automated. With industry leaders like Amazon fulfilling orders overnight, customers’ expectations of online retailers keep raising the bar.
Because the ecommerce landscape is always changing, it is important that ecommerce retailers have a dropship automation solution that can keep up. 
Whether you’re a Flxpoint user looking to make the switch or you’re an online retailer looking for a new solution, our list of the 5 best Flxpoint alternatives is a great place to start your buying journey. 

1) Duoplane


Duoplane is a dropship automation software for retailers and vendors that allows you to scale your business operation and strengthen important relationships. Because they focus on a few very well-built features, they are the best option for order routing, inventory syncing and overall connecting retailers to vendors.


Because they cater to dropshippers, Duoplane focuses on building a few, well-built features for their specific needs. With Duoplane, you can completely automate large parts of your backend processes: order management, catalog updates, invoice payments, and more. 


With that said, Duoplane is not a warehouse management system or a product management system. If you have your own products and you are looking to get items scanned as they are received, a solution like Ordoro may be better suited for your needs. 


Duoplane provides sophisticated, robust software that grows with your dropshipping business. They equally cater to small vendors and those with more advanced technical and integration needs. With that said, Duoplane offers an approachable price point and users are only required to move up tiers if they have more orders. In other words, they grow with you, only charging more as your revenue and orders increase. Additionally, Duoplane does not change per vendor, as we encourage adding multiple fulfillment partners to optimizing your dropship operations. 


Duoplane makes set-up easy with a drag and drop interface that allows you to create custom data fields for your vendors. The set-up process takes an average of 1-2 weeks; however, it can take as little as one day as long as all of your vendors are ready. This makes it the quickest setup compared to other systems on the market.


IIf you’re interested in learning more about Duoplane, check out this quick intro video



Price: Plans starting at $249 / month 


Duoplane's dropship automation platform interface

2) Onport


Onport is a cloud-based system that can manage a retailer’s inventory and operations. Onport caters to start-ups and large businesses alike; however, their starting price point is not accessible to many retailers starting out in the ecommerce space. 


Like other larger systems, Onport’s set-up period can be quite time consuming depending on the size of your business, number of vendors, and number of orders. Their plans come with basic support; however, professional support is available at $800 / month. This professional support option includes <24h response times from Monday to Friday and a dedicated success manager. 


Onport’s pricing tiers are based on number of orders and number of SKUs imported into Onport per month. Their most inexpensive option starts at $1000 / month and permits 10,000 SKUs. As your business grows, you will have to update your monthly plan accordingly.


Price: Plans starting from $1000 / month  


Onport's Ecommerce Platform

3) Spark Shipping


Spark Shipping helps small and medium sized ecommerce merchants manage orders, product listings, vendors, payments, suppliers, inventories, and more.


Spark Shipping’s EDI and API setups take about 2-3 weeks and a CSV or XML upload takes 3-5 days under their self-setup model. If you would rather Spark Shipping handle the vendor setup process for you, they charge $99 / vendor for a CSV or XML set up or $999 / vendor for a ADI or EDI setup.




Price: Plans start at $249 / month 

spark shipping's ecommerce platform
Spark Shipping's Ecommerce Platform

4) Ordoro

Ordoro is an all-in-one order management platform ecommerce sellers manage their inventory and order fulfillment. They cater to small and medium-sized businesses on a budget who ship out their own products.
While Ordoro offers a free plan and a basic plan for only $59 a month, the features are not suitable for most businesses. Businesses with over 1,000 orders a month are required to use their “Pro” plan starting at $499 / month. 
Unlike the other systems on this list, Ordoro is a more general order management system that does not uniquely cater to dropshippers. Because of this, they do not provide fully automated solutions.   
Price: Ordoro offers a free plan and their first paid-plan starts at $59 / month. 
ordoro's order management platform
Ordoro's order management platform

5) Logicbroker

Logicbroker is an industry-leading supply chain automation platform for enterprise-level businesses only. 
Like the other solutions mentioned, Logicbroker is complete with monitoring, reporting, and exception management tools to streamline dropship operations and connect retailers and vendors. Logicbroker, however, is an enterprise solution that uniquely caters to large-scale ecommerce businesses, making these capabilities exponentially more expensive.  
With the larger price tag, there are some considerations that should be made before making the leap. Logicbroker’s cross-reference (Shipment Options) mapping has limited capabilities; they use one mapping table for all their clients. Additionally, they do not pull data from Google or Facebook for their reporting. Instead, there is an in-house reporting system clients are required to learn. 
Price: Starting at $10,000 / month 
logicbroker's ecommerce platform
Logicbroker's Ecommerce Automation Platform

What’s the Right Choice for You?

Depending on the size of your business, your short term and long term goals, what you expect from your dropship software, and your budget, the “right” choice for your ecommerce store will vary. 
Overall, we suggest doing a comprehensive comparison between systems before making the leap and asking yourself and your team some important questions: 

1) What features do we really need? Can we accomplish what we want to with a few, well-built features? Or do we need all of the bells and whistles?


2) What system’s pricing makes the most sense with our current order volume, revenue, and number of vendors? As our business grows, will the system be able to scale with us?


3) Is the price that we will be paying worth the features, setup experience, customer service, and support that we will be given?


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