|Monthly payment | Quote-based||Free | Monthly payment | Annual Subscription|
A SaaS platform for small- and medium-sized manufacturing businesses around the world for running their everyday operations.
Freshsales is the winner of our 2017 Great User Experience Award. It is a CRM tool designed to enable high-velocity teams to keep track of contacts while solving their queries.
Katana MRP offers the following SMB and enterprise pricing packages for users to choose from. Give the details a look, and select the best plan for your business.
Craftsman – €39/user/month
Workshop – €89/user/month
Factory – Request for customized quote
Freshsales offers five SMB and enterprise pricing plans. A 30-day free trial plan is also available so you can easily try out all key features of the software. You can sign up for Freshsales free trial here. Here is what you get in each of the plans:
Sprout – free forever
Blossom – $12/user/month (billed annually)
Garden – $25/user/month (billed annually)
Estate – $49/user/month (billed annually)
Forest – $79/user/month (billed annually)
|Learn more about Katana MRP pricing||Learn more about Freshsales pricing|
| Katana MRP|
One Canada Square
London E14 5AB
| 1250, Bayhill Drive Suite 315|
San Bruno, CA 94066
|Small Business||Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business|
|English||English, German, Spanish, French, Russian, Italian, Dutch, Portugese, Polish, Swedish|
Katana MRP integrates with the following business systems and applications:
Freshsales is an open API system, meaning that you can easily integrate it with every business system or application you are using. At the moment, the system functions flawlessly with Freshdesk, Google Calendar, and Segment. Visit their official website, or contact an agent for detailed instructions.
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Please pay attention to the fact that even though both Freshsales and Katana MRP may offer an excellent set of features every service might be designed for a different company size. If you are studying different apps you may want to pay attention to a business type they are meant for. Some functionalities might scale up efficiently for big enterprises but if you run a small or mid-sized business it’s frequently more sensible to stay away from paying for advanced functionalities that you may never use.