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Make (ex Integromat) integration overview
Make (ex Integromat) integration overview

Make offers you a powerful code-free solution for setting up custom integrations and automation

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Written by Dayvid Lorbiecke
Updated over a week ago

What is Make?

Previously known as Integromat, Make offers you a powerful code-free solution for setting up custom integrations and automation.

Make is an integration platform that allows you to visualize, design, and automate workflows in only a minute. The integration seamlessly connects apps and services to simplify automation. Instead of manually dealing with repeated tasks, Make lets you concentrate on activities that help you grow and manage your manufacturing business.

Here's a quick video to see how that works:

To learn more about scenarios, visit Integromat video tutorials.

Katana integration with Make enables you to:

  • Import products, customers, and sales orders from your favorite e-commerce or CRM platform and sync sales order fulfillment status back to the originating system

  • Send inventory data to e-commerce, CRM, and other platforms

  • Get notified about sales order changes (creation, update or deleted) in Katana and send data to other systems

  • Set up e-mails, push notifications, SMS, or Slack messages when sales order status changes in Katana

  • Create tasks in Trello, Asana, or other project management platform

  • Create custom PDF files from Katana data

  • Save data to a database

  • Add Katana customers as subscribers to Mailchimp or other marketing tools

  • Send sales orders to a shipping platform and/or update the sales order with tracking number and URL

  • Synchronize materials, customers, products, suppliers, and variants added to Katana with another system

Note: List of use cases is based on Katana functionalities and apps that are available in Make. We have not tested all the workflows.

Make works by leveraging Katana API. All API use cases are possible without developer know-how.

Head over to the Katana app page in Make to see what's possible and use templates of example use cases to get started.

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