Our Verdict…

1place.cloud is the go-to choice for growing warehouses entering the eCommerce realm. With inventory and order tracking services combined with light ERP benefits, it’s a perfect fit. Specifically designed for businesses already using QuickBooks for accounting, it seamlessly expands into inventory management.

However, medium to large businesses seeking a full ERP or standalone inventory system might want to explore other options. While offering some 3PL capabilities, dedicated software would be a better choice.

Our Rating
based on our expert editorial analysis
User Rating
based on 4 user reviews
Starting Price
$150 /month

What is 1place.cloud?

1place.cloud is a cloud-based ERP designed to simplify small business warehouse management processes. This solution provides companies using QuickBooks Online with additional features for inventory and order management. The main three features are based on the daily tasks of most users:

  • Creating new records
  • Finding existing records
  • Looking at lists of records and reports
Pros Cons
  • Functions as a light ERP and inventory management system.
  • Integrates with QuickBooks Online in real-time.
  • Cloud-based with an option to run on a private SQL server.
  • Good keyboard shortcuts and search functionality.
  • Competitive pricing compared to systems like NetSuite.
  • Relatively small UI quirks, such as overlapping text.
  • Not as robust as a full ERP.
  • Transitions between tabs can feel clunky and slow.

Our Ratings

Usability - 8.7 Workflow was intuitive; default setting opens new tabs when selecting certain functions, which can clutter up your browser unless disabled; some UI elements were quirky.
Support - 9.4 Includes personalized support by email or phone; has a Knowledge Base with help documentation; has a YouTube channel with training videos.
Features - 10 Includes basic inventory management; tracking tools for sales and purchase orders; inventory management features are locked behind higher priced plans.
Security - 9.6 Offers multi-factor authentication for users; can import data from other apps; has storage space for 1 million records and up to 10 million records (Enterprise only).
Value - 9.5 Plans start at $195 per month for 3 users; importing extra data from programs other than QuickBooks costs a flat fee of $120 per hour.
Performance - 8 Software is responsive but occasionally slow to open new tabs or run certain tasks - this may be dependent on the user's web browser and internet connection.
Scalability - 8.5 Adding new items, customers, vendors, and related records was straightforward; generating invoices was trickier without having a third-party accounting app integrated.


During this evaluation of 1place.cloud, we focused mostly on inventory management tasks:

Adding and Tracking New Items

Adding a new item to track was very easy. Simply select the “Add New” button at the top left of the page. The other option is to go to the “Items” tab from the side menu, then the “New” button at the bottom left of the screen to get started. While making the new item, 1place can track information on:

  • Customers
  • Vendors
  • Items
  • Sales orders
  • Purchase orders
  • And more

The available types are based on what QuickBooks has: Inventory, Service, Non-Inventory, and Bundle (Assembly). A nice detail was how the “Save” button would change from blue to red whenever there was new information waiting to be saved. If you’re the sort of person to forget to lock in changes, this is incredibly useful.

To make changes after adding an Item, you need to select the correct tab first. This can add a little extra time, such as going into Stock to manually adjust quantities rather than making the change directly on the item’s record.

Wholesalers dealing with thousands of items can add items in batches by using the import wizard. Other mass imports can be done for businesses working with catalogs, such as auto body suppliers.

Retrieving all this data is simple, as keyboard shortcuts let you jump right to what you need.

What Features Are Missing?

1place software had a few features which were missing or could have been improved for better performance:

  • New tabs: 1place would open up certain features in different tabs, like Items and Vendors. This made clicking between different tasks a little more difficult and took a few extra seconds to load. There are times this could be helpful, but it felt more like a nuisance. Fortunately, I was able to disable it from the Add New Record tab.
  • Clear redirects: Required fields are not always marked when filling in details on sales or purchase orders. It would have been nice if I had been directed to whatever I needed to do to correct the problem. Instead, I had to fill in the blanks on my own.
  • Required field indicators: Similar to the above, if you are missing any details in a sales or purchase order, you have to figure it out yourself. Required fields on orders are not always marked, although the Save button will remain grayed out until you fill everything in.

Pricing Plans

Plan Pricing Features
1place Pro $195 per month (3 users) For businesses looking for a light ERP with inventory management. Includes all 1place features, plus:
  • Customer, prospect, and vendor management
  • Jobs, projects, issues, and task management
  • Custom pricing templates
  • Quotes
  • Sales orders and deposits
  • Invoices/credit memos and payments
  • Inventory, warehouse, and pick ticket management
  • Inventory lot and serial # tracking
  • Kits, assemblies and bundles
  • Sales order tools
1place Enterprise $240 per month (3 users) For businesses operating multiple warehouses or storage facilities. Includes everything in 1place Pro plus:
  • Multi-warehouse functionality

Both 1place Pro and 1place Enterprise include optional integration with:

  • Amazon
  • BigCommerce
  • eBay
  • Magento
  • Shipstation
  • Shopify
  • Walmart
  • WooCommerce


Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about 1place software by Onesource:

Is Onesource an ERP system?

1place by Onesource is an ERP software, though with a particular focus on inventory and order tracking. The base plan can be used as a light ERP. Integration with programs like QuickBooks adds accounting functionality.

Does Onesource offer training on 1place software?

A GoLive Specialist is available to help users get started. However, there are extra costs. Unlimited 1-on-1 admin training is $4,800-$9,600, depending on your plan. It is then $120 per hour for additional user training.

Is 1place software cloud-based?

1place is cloud-based and accessible from any PC or Mac with an internet connection. The Chrome browser is recommended.

Private SQL server hosting is available for users of the 1place Enterprise version of the software.

Does 1place have an app?

1place offers an optional inventory scanning app for $395 per month. The app is only available to businesses using the Pro and Enterprise plans. It is not a mobile version of the software, it is only for inventory scanning.


Finale Inventory
Finale Inventory Screenshot
Price Range
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Starting Price
Client OS
Cloud Hosted
What We Like
Offers comprehensive features.
Has a general help center, video tutorials, and allows specific service requests
Imports existing product data from spreadsheets and external systems
What We Don’t Like
Only offers dedicated account managers on some plans
May not be affordable for smaller businesses
Not a substitute for an ERP or MRP
Logiwa WMS
Logiwa WMS Screenshot
Client OS
iOS, Android, Web
Cloud Hosted
What We Like
3PL friendly
7+ available integrations
7+ integrations available
What We Don’t Like
Limited out of box features–requires personalized support
Poor user task management
Unfriendly user interface
Fishbowl Inventory
Fishbowl Inventory Screenshot
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Starting Price
$4,395 (perpetual license)
Client OS
Windows, macOS
Cloud or On-Premises
What We Like
Competitive pricing; does not require a subscription
Integrates with QuickBooks
Can function as a light MRP system
What We Don’t Like
Somewhat steep learning curve
Transactions do not post to QuickBooks in realtime; manual or scheduled sync only
Customizations can lead to difficult support scenarios


Based on our experience, we would suggest using 1place.cloud if you operate a small business and want the benefits of a light ERP in addition to inventory and order tracking services. The software takes a bit of practice to get used to, but offers a lot of in-depth functionality to experienced users.

We wouldn’t recommend 1place.cloud to medium to large businesses looking for a full ERP or standalone inventory management system. While 1place has 3 pricing plans, only the two more expensive ones include inventory management functionality. As such, this can limit functionality for users with smaller budgets. However, this software is still significantly cheaper than competitors like NetSuite or Fishbowl.

Training is available, though for additional fees. Unfortunately, it might be necessary to get the most value out of this software.

1place.cloud is a cloud-based ERP designed to simplify small business warehouse management processes. This solution provides companies using QuickBooks Online with additional features for inventory and order management.
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User Reviews of 1place.cloud

Submitted on June 29th, 2023 by Tony Haouilou

1place cloud is a great inventory option for companies on QuickBooks online. They are very similar to the QuickBooks Enterprise program so we ended up keeping what we currently have.

But if you are a company that runs QBO and need more advanced inventory or order management needs; you would find this program very helpful. They have a great platform and product but just not the right fit for our company.

The Good…

Great platform and system

The Bad…

Not a good fit if you already have QuickBooks Enterprise

Submitted on March 13th, 2023 by Anonymous

After exploring several well known, marketed ERP’s, I found all the features the same across the platforms but many with exuberant costs. 1place offered the same capabilites but at a cost more affordable for a small but growing business. You also are able to work directly with the developer, an additional selling point.

Submitted on December 27th, 2022 by Shane Taft

We entered the inventory once into the system and the guy I had do it kind of screwed it up. OneSource fixed it for us so it would do what we needed it to do. We’re waiting until the 1st of the year to start fresh.

OneSource also adjusted some manufacturing stuff for us where the system would take items out of the raw material we were using. They just added that for us last month.

Support has been good. We think 1place.cloud will do a bunch of stuff for us.

Submitted on April 25th, 2014 by Gary

Fast, detailed, intuitive, and easy to use. Friendly support staff that understands what I need as a business owner.

The Good…

This product made our old software look…OLD! We used to memorize what items fit what applications. Now we simply enter the application specifications and BAM there’s a list of items. We were able to ditch Quickbooks and consolidate all our data into 1 solution.

The Bad…

Sometimes there are things I wish it could do that it cant. Such as email calendar notifications when bills or invoices are due automatically.