Order management software for e-commerce that keeps you competitive
Why you should implement order management software
Monitor your sales and inventory — all in one place
E-commerce order management software equips your business with the tools to track inventory in real time, automate raw material allocation, and ensure quick and simple sales order fulfillment.
Katana allows you to keep track of demand and automatically adjust your production schedule to align manufacturing operations, ensuring maximum efficiency.
Using multichannel order management software for e-commerce gives your business the freedom to focus on your sales strategy and business operations — not fixing problems.
Order management software like Katana allows you to:
Make precise manufacturing and purchasing decisions with real-time data management systems
Automate and streamline your manufacturing cost calculations — utilizing your BOM (bill of materials) and operations data
Prioritize production and sales channels based on raw material availability
Keep your e-commerce order management software in sync
Entering data manually is always a risk — one typo is all it takes to send things into chaos. By syncing your e-commerce platform with Katana, you can be sure your orders and sales activities run smoother. Align your product inventory with data related to sales, and Katana’s order management system does the rest.
Inventory tracking doesn’t have to be difficult and time-consuming. Katana gives you the flexibility to track inventory and stock levels on the fly. It’s designed to reduce your team’s workload in a multichannel sales environment — so you can direct your resources toward increasing customer satisfaction and growing as a company.
Katana’s end-to-end OMS software makes it easy to:
Closely monitor day-to-day tasks via our Shop Floor App
Keep up with inventory tracking and control the levels for your online store(s) at all times
Ensure efficient sales order fulfillment by keeping track of your multichannel inventory
Gain total visibility of products and raw materials in one OMS
Optimizing and tracking your entire sales channel has never been easier. Katana delivers high-quality, efficient results by giving you the tools to set up reorder points and prioritize your sales orders with a unified order system. Easily integrate your online store with an order management system for e-commerce.
E-commerce order management software allows you to:
Drag and drop your manufacturing tasks based on their priority
Receive accurate status updates and completion dates to help keep sales teams up-to-date
Maintain a real-time overview of production status
Integrate your cloud manufacturing software with the services you know and love
Combine your manufacturing order management software with the e-commerce solutions you trust
Katana can be connected and integrated with several e-commerce website builders and plugins — you can even create your own custom workflows using API. From Shopify to WooCommerce, or Xero to eBay — Katana is ready to help you streamline your online business and meet customer expectations. Inventory and order management have never been so straightforward. Take a look at the complete list of integrations to find out more.
With Katana, we are able to track products, build recipes for materials, and set reorder points for our materials as well.”
It’s great to be able to see where inventory faults happen and being able to fulfill orders and where the turnaround happens.”
Katana accurately keeps stock of assemblies and ingredients so that I can plan production and get instant feedback on whether we enough resources in stock.”
We also wanted an accurate inventory system for batch planning, warehousing, and sales. Katana fulfills all our needs in a simple, easy solution.”
Order management software brings plenty of valuable benefits to your e-commerce website. For example, if you’re in the manufacturing sector, you can track your current, committed, and expected stock amounts in real time, and forecast your future incomings and outgoings accurately.
By keeping track of materials and product stocks, you’ll be able to avoid stock-outs — both reducing your workload and the chance of a dissatisfied customer.
Another valuable use case would be for those selling high quantities of products. Using stocktakes, you can automatically find and eliminate discrepancies in your stock levels, allowing you to focus on your business operations and sales strategy instead of fixing problems that occur with manual data entry.
Having the ability to sync your sales channels for order fulfillment is a crucial step to continued growth. Software like Katana helps you to identify the risk of potential delivery delays and gives you the status updates you need to reprioritize effectively.
If you use an e-commerce platform to sell your products around the world, you can use multiple currencies, and automatically convert sales and order values into the currency you mainly work with –– reducing workload and minimizing the possibility of accounting errors.
Ensuring accurate costing should be a priority for every online business — and as we all know, human error can happen from time to time.
With Katana, we give you the ability to make accurate pricing decisions based on your product margins. By tacking manufacturing costs based on your bill of materials (BOM) and production operations, you are able to meet customer expectations without losing profit in the process.
You can also create multilevel BOMs with subassemblies to secure an accurate costing estimate.
An API, or Application Programming Interface, allows two applications to communicate with each other. They’re especially useful when there is no native application integration available.
Katana has an open API, meaning you’re free to connect apps built by other developers and companies to Katana to ensure whichever software you’re currently running will work with Katana smoothly.
Connect your tools and create custom workflows to help streamline your operations and sync your inventory data with hundreds of native e-commerce platforms.
You’ll only need to worry about the API if your platform doesn’t have a native integration with Katana. If you’re on a platform like Shopify, then you’re ready to click and go! Take a look at the list of integrations.