The person runs an educational business, and he sells a franchise — other people all over the country open training centers.
Usually, in this case, the businessman has a whole bunch of systems for running this business: 1C for accounting, AmoCRM for the client base, Trello for setting tasks for employees, EasyFinance for financial control in the company, Talanto for monitoring student success, Bitrix for maintaining a website, a self-written system for franchise management, Talend for integrating it all into a single system, Excel for management reporting, and much more that is needed to store these systems and their data. I’m not even talking about programmers who understand all these systems and demand money for their technical support.
When this businessman shows all this to a franchise buyer, the latter gets scared, turns around and leaves immediately. That is when the businessman comes to us, and instead of all this maze we make a new system — IdeaV, in which he gets everything except accounting. Accounting remains in 1C familiar to all.
As a result, the businessman has only two systems in which he gets everything he needs, and his costs are reduced significantly.