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SAAS in Supply chain

Anonymous

January 9th, 2021

SAAS, Supply Chain, Innovation ??? amazing idea. Still clueless about where to start with. Anyone help me advising and partnering with me?

Michael Fabing Blockchain enthusiast and software programmer with a master degree in computer science.

January 12th, 2021

I am soon launching a SaaS software in the Supply Chain space see: https://llanthu.com. The platform airm to bring transparency and traceability from the producer to the end customer and... it allows the end-customer to tip the producer... using blockchain technology. I am currently testing it with 1 small grower, and based on the experiment, want to bring to a bigger market. Happy to connect with you

Bojan Mijušković Technical, versatile Product/UX, Founder

Last updated on January 9th, 2021

It all depends what you have in mind and your plan where to apply SaaS innovation. Supply chain is complex mix of processes, people, tools and finance.

Starting from the market and finding the ideal customer, then talking with some of them to validate your idea, would probably sound like a good start. Through that you may discover that your 'amazing idea' could be expanded or redirected to solve real problems, for which customers would pay you.

Paul Garcia marketing exec & business advisor

January 9th, 2021

The first step is to write down a list of all of your assumptions. Be detailed, and only list one assumption at a time. Then go through your lengthy list and test each one of those assumptions. This is the first step in validating that your idea has the ability to become a business. Likely you will find many of your assumptions are incorrect, however, the information you find doing your basic research may lead you to discover an opportunity that was not so obvious in the beginning.

Steve Sisler Information Architect | Inventor

January 13th, 2021

If you're clueless, why are you wasting other peoples time when your efforts are better served flipping burgers?

Vishal Sharma Supply chain professional (No Ex-worker)

Last updated on January 18th, 2021

'Clueless', I have referred to in terms of hiring a CTO or partnering with the full-stack developer. :).

Though I am not a developer background.