When creating a manufacturing order for a product that contains another product, Katana users can now generate all nested subassembly MOs in one go and automatically reorder them by priority. Read more about the update.
Accessing purchase order data through Katana API enables automatic PO data sending to vendors, suppliers, and new integration workflows. Read more about the update.
Katana’s latest open API integration enables users to import sales order data from e-commerce stores to Katana, and syncs updated inventory levels from Katana back to their stores. Read more about Katana + CartRover.
Katana users can now automate stock transfers and adjustments from their preferred integrations to Katana via API. Read more about this update.
Katana is listed in Accel 2021 Euroscape Top 100. The Euroscape Top 100 is global VC firm Accel’s annual list of the hottest European and Israeli cloud companies to watch, with revenues above $1 million and valuations below $1 billion. The Accel Euroscape team compiles the list by analyzing the following factors:
- Company growth, team, and momentum
- Market attractiveness and size
- Category growth
- Company differentiation from a commercial as well as technical point of view
- Customer reviews thanks to data from our partners at G2
- The founding team and their ambition levels
Read the full Accel 2021 Euroscape report here.
Katana’s latest integration with SyncHub gives customers more access to manufacturing data. This new update makes it possible to connect Katana to more reporting and business intelligence tools to create custom dashboards and analytics reports. Read more about Katana and SyncHub.
Katana users can now manage shipping orders from Katana by adding addresses and order tracking information to sales order data. It is also possible to integrate Katana with third-party shipping platforms to streamline operations. Read more about this update.
All Katana users can now create reports and dashboards based on Katana sales and inventory data by integrating with Easy Insight. Read more about the update.
Katana now integrates with Wix via Integromat, allowing Katana users to import orders and related product and customer data from Wix e-commerce stores to Katana. Read more about Katana + Wix.
Shopify order changes such as refunds, canceled orders, deleted orders, and adjusted item quantities now automatically sync with matching linked orders in Katana. Read more about the update.
Katana now integrates with HubSpot via Integromat, allowing customers to import sales orders (deals) and related product and customer data from HubSpot Sales Hub to Katana. Read more about Katana + HubSpot.
Katana now integrates with Squarespace via Integromat, allowing Katana users to import sales orders and related product and customer data and sync order fulfillment statuses back to Katana. Read more about Katana + Squarespace.
Katana updates barcode scanning features with smart device support, allowing manufacturers to track inventory movements and monitor material usage from a tablet or smartphone. Read more about this update.
Katana users can now import barcodes for new products and raw materials or update existing ones by importing barcode data to match batch numbers in Katana. This new update also allows barcode data exporting for material and product batches to make tracking and tracing inventory easier than ever. Read more about the update.
Katana now supports purchase orders in multiple currencies in addition to sales orders. Manufacturers buying or selling internationally can now quickly generate purchase and sales orders in any global currency. And all conversions are automatically calculated based on the day rate via API. Read more about the update.
The latest reports by Software Advice, Capterra, and GetApp announced Katana as one of the best manufacturing and production scheduling software solutions available in 2021, awarding us a total of six prizes.
Katana users can now create reports and dashboards based on inventory data in Katana by integrating with Easy Insight. This update allows Katana users to analyze inventory data and create custom inventory dashboards and reports (or use a premade template). Read more about inventory reporting.
Katana now supports sales orders in multiple currencies. Manufacturers selling internationally can now quickly generate sales orders in any global currency. And all conversions are automatically calculated based on the day rate via API. Read more about the update.
You can now set up an integration with your Etsy store via Integromat. This integration will allow you to import sales orders together with products and customers and sync the fulfillment status back to Etsy. Read more about Etsy integration.
Katana’s latest integration with Integromat makes it easy to set up custom integrations and automations without writing a single line of code. Built on Katana’s API, Katana’s Integromat integration gives users easy access to all our API workflows, making it possible to connect Katana to services and tools that do not have a native integration or are unavailable via Zapier. Read more about Integromat integration.
Barcode scanning is now available in Katana. This new feature makes it easy to identify products and materials and keep track of stock items when receiving goods. Higher efficiency and reduced risk of human error are guaranteed when barcodes are introduced in your factory. Learn more about barcode scanning.
Manufacturers using Shift4Shop can now set up automatic order imports from Shift4Shop stores to their Katana account, centralizing all the sales and manufacturing data they need. Learn more about Katana’s Shift4Shop integration.
The Katana team is thrilled to be joining the Shopify Plus partner program as the first manufacturing ERP to be listed. Shopify Plus’s hand-picked list of apps gives merchants an overview of services and tools with a proven track record of great reviews, high ratings, and overall performance. Read more.
Inventory and batch data in Katana are now accessible via API. Katana users can map inventory and batches to sales orders and sync stock data across all their tools. This update also makes it possible to utilize inventory data to calculate product prices using average costs and easily configure batch consumption for sales orders. Learn more about this update.
In addition to supporting the import of sales orders from e-commerce platforms, Katana users can now configure full e-commerce integration using API webhooks. Learn more about API webhooks in Katana.
Manufacturers using Pipedrive can now connect their Pipedrive and Katana accounts with Zapier to set up automatic deal imports, centralizing all sales and manufacturing orders in one platform. Learn more about Katana’s Pipedrive integration.
Katana is featured in another article by Digital.com as one of the best inventory management software tools of 2021. Digital.com is a review site that amalgamates reviews from all over the web to give small businesses the means to investigate software before committing. Read more.
Katana launches its first integration with a business intelligence tool. Easy Insight is an analytics service that gives manufacturers an easy overview of the business insights with customizable dashboards and reports based on data in Katana. Learn more about Katana’s Easy Insight integration.
Katana is featured on two leading software comparison sites as one of the best manufacturing order management systems in 2021. Read more.
Katana raises funds to accelerate the building of new features and continue to improve our customer experience. The investment round was led by Atomico with the participation of several angel investors and an earlier investor, 42Cap, bringing the total investment raised by the company to $16M. Read more about the funding and our future plans.
Katana users can now easily keep track of consumed inventory with shop floor material tracking. With this new feature, manufacturers can track the quantities of materials and components used in production and record the number of goods produced. Learn more about material tracking.
Katana users can now integrate Katana with their Amazon Seller Central and Fulfillment by Amazon accounts. Manufacturers selling on Amazon or using Amazon’s fulfillment centers for storing and sending your products can set up automatic imports for sales orders from their Amazon accounts to Katana. Learn more about Katana’s Amazon integrations.
Katana users can now set up automated imports for Ecwid sales orders by integrating their Ecwid shop with Katana via Zapier for total sales and production control. Read more about Katana’s Ecwid integration.
This update allows manufacturers to track all inventory movements throughout their entire production cycle. With full traceability, Katana users can monitor the movements and expiration dates of their raw materials, components, and sub-assemblies. Learn more about end- to-end traceability with Katana.
Katana MRP is featured in a Digital.com article on the top 15 MRP software programs of 2021. Digital.com gathers and reviews software based on user sentiment analysis and customer approval ratings to score companies every year. Our team is beyond thankful to all the users that helped us obtain this achievement. Read more.
Manufacturers managing orders with Salesforce can now integrate both accounts to set up automatic sales order imports from Salesforce into Katana. This integration makes managing sales and manufacturing orders possible from one unified platform. Learn more about Katana’s Salesforce integration.