Spreadsheets Not Doing It for You Anymore?
Knowing when and which materials to buy isn't so much of an issue for a manufacturer that’s just starting out.
A few spreadsheets or even a pen and paper can do the job. But once the the sales ramp up it doesn’t take long for things to get out of control.
Deliveries get delayed because of important missing materials, while cash is getting tied up in surplus stock.
Katana material requirements planning software helps small manufacturers maintain control of raw materials and final products in real-time.
By setting reorder points you will be informed of exactly when to purchase materials so that your inventory is always at optimal levels.
No more late deliveries and no more wasted resources.
Schedule tasks for your team with a system that considers the amount of resources you have at hand. This way you don’t waste any time and your team always knows what needs to get done.
Katana gives you a real time view of your inventory at any given moment. It doesn’t matter if you are in the middle of production, you still know exactly how much you have and how much you need.
Katana material requirements planning software was designed to make your job easier. Less time fiddling with spreadsheets means more time selling!
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Take Control with Smart Material Requirements Planning Software
Of course, being able to take control of your inventory is a great end in itself.
But we know there is a lot more to growing a successful manufacturing business and that’s why we’ve gone that extra mile.
Katana takes care of:
- Production planning
- Manufacturing-level control
- Sales order fulfillment
- Real-time inventory
- Supply chain management
- Portfolio management
- Business contacts management
+500 Artisans and Crafters Trust Katana
“Katana gives us visibility, efficiency, and productivity on every order from the time it is received in our system right through to the customers doorstep.”
“We don’t miss spreadsheets one bit after finding Katana. It feels good to be on top of your inventory. Both raw materials and made products.”