Garment Manufacturing ERP for SMEs

Software for apparel D2C brands, manufacturers, wholesalers & retailers

  • Produce clothing
  • Calculate the unit cost
  • Manage subcontractors
  • Calculate scrap & by-products
  • Calculate performance-based salary
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Clothing Inventory

Clothing Inventory & Warehouse Management

  • Control the stock level of raw materials such as thread, needles, fabric, etc
  • Use different locations and record transfers between them
  • Organize storage space: use Kladana simple warehouse management system
  • Generate barcodes and print thermal labels & price tags for your apparel items
  • Use batch tracking to keep all stock movements transparent

Garment Manufacturing

Create BOMs — indicate how many meters of fabric & other raw materials you need to produce a T-shirt or a dress, set operation & labour costs

Launch production orders — produce apparel in batches, order missing materials, and assign tasks to certain employees

Produce at your factory or place job orders for subcontractors

Record scrap such as damaged zippers & chains, and low-quality fabric

Partial Production

Partial Production

Manufacture garment goods partially and ship finished items without waiting for the completion of the entire production order

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Apparel Sales

Apparel Sales

  • Try Online Order App to manage wholesale sales — send an online catalogue to your customers and get new orders automatically
  • Manage garment sales orders — process, send sales invoices, ship goods, and arrange returns
  • Produce items using the make-to-order tool
Apparel Finance

Apparel Finance Management

  • Estimate costs before launching a production order: get operation, labour & unit cost calculations automatically
  • Make payrolls and manage basic and piece-work wages of sewers and other employees
  • Compare the plan-to-fact unit cost to better plan your next production orders

Garment Raw Materials Purchases

Use Kladana

Use Kladana CRM to create a supplier database

Create purchase

Create purchase orders & supplier invoices, and buy clothing from trusted suppliers

Use Purchasing

Use Purchasing Management dashboard with forecasts to control your current & to-be supplies of apparel

Set automatic

Set automatic workflows for stock replenishment

Dashboards & Reports

Dashboards & Reports

  • Analyze sales of your apparel — revenue, average check, profit margin & loss
  • Find the most & the least profitable clothing items
  • Encourage the best-performing employees
  • Explore the analytics by sales channels, products, employees, or customers
  • Monitor sales funnels by orders or by customers

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Manufacturing ERP

Inventory, Production & Sales at a Reasonable Price
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Will help you fix a problem or explain an exact feature to you within 2–3 hours


Apparel Catalogue

Open the necessary product card → click on +Variant → specify the attribute (size). You may add other attributes such as colour or material if needed.
Yes, you can. Create one product card for a shirt with different variants (indicate sizes). Having created a BOM for a shirt, you may launch a production order & specify how many shirts of each size must be produced in the Variance column.

Production Execution

You may produce goods in different locations, including subcontractors’ facilities. The entire flow is explained in our YouTube video.
You should create product cards for scrap. If you get some during a production order, you can indicate how much scrap you got using one of the three main approaches. The detailed info can be found in our 7-minute video.
You can edit the operation report and indicate the actual quantity of used fabric. Mind that it will correspondingly amend the total cost.
The best way is to set the reorder point for your raw materials in advance. Say, you set the reorder point for buttons — 50 pieces. When you have only 50 pieces left, you’ll receive an alert. You may also set certain workflows for automatic purchase orders.
Unfortunately, you can’t. We don’t have a CAD (computer-aided design) module.


First, you should open a BOM, and set labour costs for production operations. Then, assign particular production operations to your sewers. Whenever they mark an operation as completed, the labour cost is recorded. Later, you can go to Production → Labour Costs. Using filters (calendar & employee name) see all the money they earned.
There is the following formula: the raw materials purchase cost + operation costs (workshop rental, electricity consumption, equipment maintenance, etc.) + labour costs.


You can use Online Order App — it helps one to create multiple online catalogues with different products & prices. These links can be sent directly to your customers via messengers, or email. They can see the products, their pictures & prices. Then they put the necessary items in the cart, and make an order. All new sales orders automatically appear in your account.
Yes. Go to Sales → Sales Returns → +Return → add relevant items, transactions & customers. After you record this operation, you create an outgoing payment and make a write-off.