The Maker's Best Friend
Katana makes your production process more efficient, accurate and hassle-free!
Now you can manage your inventory, production processes, and sales orders from one easy-to-use production scheduling software.
Every little detail in the system has been designed with the precise needs of the growing workshop in mind.
KNOW YOUR STOCK
Know exactly when to make more products or order more materials. Material and product stock in Katana is automatically updated based on your sales and production activities. Get alerts when stock falls below critical levels.
WASTE NO TIME
No manual updating of spreadsheets. No manual copy-pasting. No stressful stock-outs. Because managing your stock and dividing tasks between team members with Katana is effortless. Integrated with leading e-commerce and accounting solutions.
You can focus on marketing and sales by wasting less time on tracking your stock and managing your manufacturing operations. Set the right prices based on accurate costing.
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Keep your days stress-free with a free production scheduling software.
Try Katana and see how many hours you save each week!
What Makes Us Differnet?
MADE FOR AMBITIOUS TEAMS
One size doesn’t fit all. User experience and features are tailored to fulfill the everyday needs of a growing workshop. So everyone on the team is in the know and up to speed.
It only takes minutes to set up your workshop. Importing data is easy and you can start improving daily operations from day one.
Friendly towards all your other business essentials. E-commerce, accounting and many more integrations to keep your business flowing.
Stockouts Are a Thing of The Past
Never again run out of raw materials and products to sell. Our free production scheduling software uses your sales data in absolute real-time to help adjust your safety stock. When an order comes in, Katana automatically answers these critical questions:
How many units of ordered products are immediately available in the stock for delivery?
How many units of ordered products are missing that need to be produced to fulfill the order?
What materials are required to produce the missing quantities?
Are these materials available in the stock or should your order some additional materials from suppliers?
When would the missing materials arrive and production can resume?
"I wish we had not waited so long before moving our production management from spreadsheets to online. Katana really made the transition easy for us."
— JACOB AHRNSTEIN, COLORADO, US