Symmetry indicators have proven to be extremely helpful in identifying topological crystalline insulators using symmetry-group representations of their Bloch states. An extension of this approach to superconducting systems requires defining an appropriate atomic limit for Bogoliubov-de-Gennes Hamiltonians. Here, we introduce such a notion of atomic limit and derive a Z2d-valued symmetry indicator for inversion-symmetric superconductors in d dimensions. This indicator allows for a refined topological classification including higher-order phases for systems in the superconducting symmetry classes D and DIII. We further elucidate their bulk-boundary correspondence using Dirac surface theories. Requiring only the normal-state band structure and the superconducting order-parameter symmetry as input, this indicator is well suited for a search of topological superconductors using first-principles calculations.