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Apparel D2C sellers choose Katana manufacturing software

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Jan '20
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Apparel D2C (direct to consumer) sellers find Katana cloud-based manufacturing software ideal for inventory control. Many Katana clients are praising the manufacturing solution as an effective method to manage orders and provide a clear view of production and raw material inventory. Katana is packed helps in running a smart manufacturing business.

Companies such as General Knot manufactures limited edition neckties, bow ties, and travel kits. As a small domestic-made business, having to keep track of all aspects of our production and fulfilment, Katana really empowers the company to keep a birds-eye view at all times,” according to a press release by Katana.

Buttercream Clothing, the Calgary, Alberta-based company, produces a line of clothes made from talented seamstresses. Each Buttercream clothing item is constructed (designed, cut, sewn, and finished) ethically and made to last using luxurious, high quality fabrics that feel as soft as butter on the skin.

Holley + Sage, the Charlotte, North Carolina-based company manufacturers all garments handmade by women refugees. According to Jennifer Shields, owner of Holley + Sage, Katana software is great for managing order production. They use it to manage all their made-to-order orders.

Katana is a cloud-based software designed specifically for small and mid-sized manufacturers. The scalable SaaS platform caters to manufacturing companies requiring a robust and effective production planning, scheduling, and inventory control system to manage manufacturing processes.

All these operations are packaged into a single, unified system that presents manufacturers with relevant data including materials, production, warehouse status, sales and purchase orders. Katana’s interface includes a highly visual dashboard that provides users with a comprehensive view of the manufacturing business, orders, processes, and deadlines. Managers and business owners observe the areas within operations which are running smoothly, allowing a greater focus on specific areas needing improvement. This best-in-class approach brings lean manufacturing principles and practices to even the smallest manufacturing firms.

Katana seamlessly syncs work information and processes with QuickBooks, Shopify, Xero, WooCommerce, BigCommerce, and other similar apps to ensure orders are fulfilled and quotas never missed. With a single glance, Katana users make quick and intelligent business decisions based on reliable, real-time information impacting their business in the most positive and productive ways.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)


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