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Katana Cloud Inventory

With Katana Cloud Inventory modules in Make, you can manage batch stocks, customers, inventories, manufacturing orders, manufacturing order recipe and operation rows, materials, products, recipes, purchase orders, purchase order rows, sales order, sales order addresses, sales order rows, stock adjustments, stock transfers, stocktake, suppliers, tax rates, and variants.

To use the Katana Cloud Inventory modules, you must have a paid account there. For subscription information, refer to the Katana Cloud Inventory Pricing page.

Refer to the Katana Cloud Inventory API documentation for a list of available endpoints.

Establish the connection with Katana Cloud Inventory in Make

To establish the connection in Make:

  1. Log in to your Make account, add a  module to your scenario, and click Create a connection.

    Note: If you add a module with an instant tag, click Create a webhook, then Create a connection.

  2. Optional: In the Connection name field, enter a name for the connection.

  3. Optional: Switch on the Show advanced settings toggle and enter your custom app client credentials. For more information, refer to Katana Cloud Inventory documentation.

    If requested, use the following Redirect URI when creating your custom app:

  4. Click Save.

  5. If prompted, authenticate your account and confirm access.

You have successfully established the connection. You can now edit your scenario and add more Katana Cloud Inventory modules. If your connection requires reauthorization at any point, follow the connection renewal steps here.

Build Katana Cloud Inventory Scenarios

After connecting the app, you can perform the following actions:

Batch Stocks

  • List Batch Stocks

  • Get a Batch Stock

  • Update a Batch Stock


  • List Customers

  • Get a Customer

  • Create a Customer


  • List Current Inventory

  • Update the Reorder Point

Manufacturing Order

  • List Manufacturing Orders

  • Get a Manufacturing Order

  • Create a Manufacturing Order

  • Create a Make-to-Order Manufacturing Order

  • Unlink a Manufacturing Order from Sales Order

  • Update a Manufacturing Order

  • Delete a Manufacturing Order

Manufacturing Order Recipe Rows

  • List Manufacturing Order Recipe Rows

  • Get a Manufacturing Order Recipe Row

  • Create a Manufacturing Order Recipe Row

  • Update a Manufacturing Order Recipe Row

  • Delete a Manufacturing Order Recipe Row

Manufacturing Order Operation Rows

  • List Manufacturing Order Operation Rows

  • Get a Manufacturing Order Operation Row

  • Create a Manufacturing Order Operation Row

  • Update a Manufacturing Order Operation Row

  • Delete a Manufacturing Order Operation Row


  • List Materials

  • Get a Material


  • List Products

  • Get a Product

  • Create a Product


  • List Recipes

  • Create a Recipe

  • Update a Recipe Row

  • Delete a Recipe Row

  • Delete a Recipe

Purchase Orders

  • List Purchase Orders

  • Get a Purchase Order

  • Create a Purchase Order

  • Update a Purchase Order

  • Receive a Purchase Order

  • Delete a Purchase Order

Purchase Order Rows

  • Create a Purchase Order Row

  • Update a Purchase Order Row

  • Delete a Purchase Order Row

Sales Orders

  • List Sales Orders

  • Get a Sales Order

  • Create a Sales Order

  • Update a Sales Order

  • Delete a Sales Order

Sales Order Addresses

  • Create a Sales Order Address

  • Update a Sales Order Address

  • Delete a Sales Order Address

Sales Order Rows

  • Create a Sales Order Row

  • Update a Sales Order Row

  • Delete a Sales Order Row

Stock Adjustments

  • List Sock Adjustments

  • Create a Stock Adjustment

  • Update a Stock Adjustment

  • Delete a Stock Adjustment

Stock Transfers

  • List Stock Transfers

  • Create a Stock Transfer

  • Update a Stock Transfer

  • Delete a Stock Transfer


  • List Stocktakes

  • Create a Stocktake

  • Update a Stocktake

  • Delete a Stocktake


  • List Suppliers

  • Get a Supplier

  • Create a Supplier

Tax Rates

  • List Tax Rates

  • Get a Tax Rate

  • Create a Tax Rate


  • List Variants

  • Get a Variant

  • Create a Variant


  • Make an API Call


This app uses webhooks to trigger a scenario when an event occurs instantly. All webhook modules have an instant tag next to their name.

When you create a Katana Cloud Inventory webhook in Make, it is attached automatically and requires no additional set up.