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About Brightpearl

Brightpearl supplies a cloud-based inventory management and retail business platform to small and medium independent retail and wholesale customers. The software is positioned in the market as the fully integrated solution that combines accounting, inventory, purchasing, customer relationship management (CRM), shipping/fulfillment, point of sale (POS) and other modules that helps to manage every aspect of a growing retail business. On December 20th, 2021, Brightpearl was acquired by Sage.

Headquarters Location

First Floor, New Bond House Bond Street

Bristol, England, BS2 9AG,

United Kingdom

+44(0) 117 981 7361



Research containing Brightpearl

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Brightpearl in 2 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Mar 14, 2022.

Expert Collections containing Brightpearl

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Brightpearl is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Store tech (In-store retail tech).


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Supply Chain & Logistics Tech

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Market Research & Consumer Insights

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Latest Brightpearl News

UK outdoor retailer Wisdom and Effort opts for Brightpearl by Sage retail operating system

Nov 2, 2023

UK outdoor retailer Wisdom and Effort opts for Brightpearl by Sage retail operating system Wisdom and Effort, which is part of the Ellis Brigham Group and operates alongside Outsiders Store, has chosen Brightpearl by Sage to automate, streamline and simplify its complex operations. It says that it now has access to a flexible retail operating system (ROS) which features an Automation Engine, demand forecasting, and a library of plug and play integrations including to the group’s Shopify powered web stores. Founded in 2017 by Rob Brigham and Fred Royle to fill a ‘modern outdoor’ gap in the market, Wisdom and Effort is the UK wholesale and retail team behind outdoor and lifestyle clothing brands such as Gramicci, Elmer Gloves, Chaco, KAVU and RMBLR as well as operating alongside Ellis Brigham Mountain Sports and Outsiders Store. It selected Brightpearl by Sage to support an expansion into direct-to-consumer and distribution channels. It needed a scalable, cloud-based system that would transform order processing and inventory management, as well as provide reliable, customisable reporting across all aspects of the business, including financials. ❄️ We're EXCITED to unveil the secrets to a successful holiday season with Alice Rowen Hall of Rowen Homes and Pink Boutique! If you manage inventory for an e-com store you need to join us in 'Planning Paradise'!

Brightpearl Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Brightpearl founded?

    Brightpearl was founded in 2007.

  • Where is Brightpearl's headquarters?

    Brightpearl's headquarters is located at First Floor, New Bond House, Bristol.

  • What is Brightpearl's latest funding round?

    Brightpearl's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Brightpearl raise?

    Brightpearl raised a total of $82M.

  • Who are the investors of Brightpearl?

    Investors of Brightpearl include Sage, Notion Capital, Cipio Partners, Verdane Capital, MMC Ventures and 6 more.

  • Who are Brightpearl's competitors?

    Competitors of Brightpearl include RetailNext, Omniful, Anaplan, Bucephalus, Veeqo and 7 more.


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