- Estonian software startup Katana raised $ 11 million in a Series A financing round.
- The company was supported by players like Atomico and Checkout.com CTO Ott Kaukver.
- Insider took an exclusive look at the pitch presentation that the company used to attract investors.
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Katana, the Estonian software-as-a-service startup that promises to be the manufacturers’ secret logistics weapon, raised $ 11 million in an Atomic-backed Series A financing round.
Based in Tallinn, Katana offers manufacturers an all-in-one software solution, with current customers doing everything from organic cosmetics to decor, electronics, food and even surfboards.
The company is the latest in a series of successful technology startups founded in estonia.
Alongside Atomico, the VC company backed by Skype billionaire Niklas Zennström and who has already supported payments startup Klarna and scooter company Lime, Katana’s Series A round pulled money from a series of angel investors CTO Ott Kaukver from Checkout .com and former Skype executive Sten Tamkivi.
Insider took an exclusive look at the pitch presentation that Katana used to attract investors. Check it out below: