Katana users can now save their company and warehouse addresses on printed purchase orders, allowing them to use the documents as official purchase orders to order materials from suppliers.
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Partial receiving of purchase orders is now fully implemented and ready to use. Katana users no longer have to make separate purchase orders when shipments arrive in multiple deliveries and receive purchase orders in parts. They can also select which items and quantities to receive now and keep the others in “Expected” status. Learn more about partial receiving.
Purchasing modules now include unit conversion. This is handy for buying supplies in one unit of measure that is tracked by different measures in Katana. Katana users can enter a separate purchasing unit of measurement for each material and purchasable product in Katana and define the ratio between stock tracking and purchasing units.
Katana now supports multilocation manufacturing and purchasing for businesses that manufacture at different locations or outsource production, either partially or entirely. Katana users can now manage manufacturing, purchasing, and sales orders separately through Katana, resulting in accurate material and product inventory levels reflected for each location. This new feature also makes it possible to transfer stock from one location to another.
Katana now supports editing ingredients and operations lists for manufacturing orders. Katana users can now add product attributes like custom designs, colors, and other parameters to enable custom, direct-to-consumer workflows. Instead of creating dozens of product variants, Katana users can simply edit orders with the correct parameters. Learn more about this feature.
Katana now supports bulk exporting, deleting, and importing an existing bill of materials using various templates. Learn more about this update.
Katana launches a native integration with WooCommerce, allowing merchants to sync products between their WooCommerce shop and Katana easily. All WooCommerce store purchases are automatically imported into Katana, where merchants can keep track of inventory for products and all their variants.
Katana launches a live inventory sync feature in our native Shopify integration. Merchants can now update stock levels directly from their Shopify store, and changes in delivery, and sales, and manufacturing order statuses are automatically reflected in Katana.
Katana is listed in the Quickbooks Online App Store. Katana users can now connect Katana to their QuickBooks account in minutes to automate invoice, order, and contact synchronization. This helps them prevent situations where figures in different software systems do not match, ensuring accuracy and total visibility.
Katana launches multilocation support, allowing customers to centralize sales orders for omnichannel inventory control. Katana users can now track the status of manufacturing orders at multiple locations and inventory levels at different warehouses in one platform.
Katana is listed in the Shopify App Store. Our native Shopify integration now helps hundreds of Shopify merchants manage order fulfillment and get total control over their inventory and related production.