How Much Is Each Wine Costing You To Make?
Tracking accurate winery COGS is near impossible without software doing it for you, distributing and following costs as winemaking activity gets recorded.
With InnoVint, tracking COGS is almost effortless. We manage all your winemaking activity, so you finally have granular, real-time visibility into your actual production costs by lot, broken down by cost category.
Why Use the COGS Tracking Module?
Grant your accountant direct access to manage COGS entries, saving not only time but money if you use an external accounting firm.
Reconcile With Ease
Whether you use Quickbooks, another accounting software, or an ERP, we show you how to reconcile COGS, so it’s quick and easy.
Our team will empower your accountant to finally feel confident about unit costs!
Accountants ❤️ InnoVint
“InnoVint’s Winery COGS Tracking is a game changer! I can easily reconcile InnoVint with QuickBooks to know exactly how much each bottle of wine cost me. I’m using this insight to refine production, adapt and focus on our sales efforts now knowing our profit margins.”
John Anthony Family of Wines / JaM Cellars
“From workflow to compliance, inventory, and good old-fashioned winemaking, this product makes information easy to access and keep in real-time. InnoVint’s winery software is a non-negotiable! “
Profitability Per SKU
InnoVint partners with front-of-house software and data visualization platforms, like WinePulse, to import revenue numbers and report on your profitability per SKU!
Pourquoi InnoVint ?
InnoVint’s winery management software is the answer to the call of winemakers everywhere who asked for a simpler way to track what’s happening in the winery, vineyard, lab, and everywhere wine is made.
Start Tracking COGS!
Du moment où les bourgeons éclatent dans le vignoble jusqu'au départ de votre produit fini de votre cave, nous sommes là avec vous pour suivre chaque activité du début à la fin.
Commencez une conversation avec nous aujourd'hui pour voir comment les clients d'InnoVint économisent 15 à 30 heures par semaine !