- Estonian software startup Katana raised $11 million in a Series A funding round.
- The firm has been backed by players like Atomico and Checkout.com CTO Ott Kaukver.
- Insider got an exclusive look at the pitch deck the firm used to bring investors on board.
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Katana, the Estonian software-as-a-service startup promising to be manufacturers’ logistical secret weapon, has raised $11 million in a Series A funding round backed by Atomic.
Based in Tallinn, Katana offers manufacturers an all-in-one software solution, with current clients making everything from organic cosmetics to home decor, electronics, food, and even surfboards.
The firm is the latest in a slew of successful tech startups to have been founded in Estonia.
Alongside Atomico, the VC firm backed by Skype billionaire Niklas Zennström and which has previously backed payments startup Klarna and scooter firm Lime, Katana’s Series A round pulled in cash from a host of angel investors Checkout.com CTO Ott Kaukver and ex-Skype exec Sten Tamkivi.
Insider got an exclusive look at the pitch deck Katana used to bring investors on board. Check it out below: