shopVOX supports several vendor catalogs with generic costs & pricing, however you can setup your own markups and discounts to suit your business.

Suppliers currently integrated as of January 31, 2019:

  • Sanmar
  • Alpha Broder / Bodek
  • American Apparel
  • TSC Apparel
  • S&S Activewear

What we DO support

  • Searching the supplier catalogs to find images, colors, sizes, and pricing
  • Add the apparel styles to quotes, orders, and invoices
  • Setting markup % for the supplier catalogs
  • Sending purchase orders via email (or customer can print the PO Grid PDF and place their order through the suppliers website)

What we do NOT support

  • Submitting purchase orders electronically
  • Real time pricing and inventory information

How often do we update the catalogs?

  • We update on a weekly basis to pull in the latest pricing.


Markup is applied based on the cost of the blank garment.

Discount is based on the qty of garments and is applied after the markup.

The formula looks like this:

(Blank Shirt Cost * (1+Markup%)) * (1 - Discount%) = Blank Shirt Price

Note that the values in the Discounts table are applied after the Markup table.

To do this, go to POS Settings > Pricing > Catalogs (shown below).

From the Catalogs Page (shown below), click the +New Catalog button on the top right hand side.

The New Catalog Page will open (shown below).

From the Catalog name drop down, select the catalog you want to setup.  

From the Price by drop down, select the method you want to use from the external vendor catalog:  by the Piece, Dozen, or Case.

Enter the Vendor (from your Vendor list) for the New Catalog.  As you enter the name of the Vendor, shopVOX will display a list of matches.  Select the desired Vendor from the drop down list. 

After all of the information has been entered for the New Catalog, click the Create Catalog button.

Next, you'll see the Catalog details page (shown below).

For Discounts - Enter the Min/Max (qty) and the Discount percentage.  

For Markups - Enter the Min/Max (cost/qty) and how much you want the Markup to be.  

Once you have added your breakdowns of Discounts and Markups, it might look something like:

Now whenever you use this catalog, the cost for your items will come from the Piece/dozen/case pricing and the discounts and markups will be as per the tables you have setup.

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