Bootstrapping can be really hard for some early stage startups, but Israeli startup Enigmai, makes it seem easy. Started in 2009, Enigmai built and deployed a simplified workforce management SasS tool that enables SMBs and large companies to better manage their human resources.
The problem is widespread: creating a roster of shifts that takes into account people’s availability, hourly rates, holidays etc, can take hours from the shift manager in the business, unless the company has very expensive client software in place. Enigmai’s flagship product, Enigmai Business Suite (EBS) is a web based application generically designed for for dynamic working environments that need to manage many employees such as hospitals, restaurants, hotels, schools and manufacturing companies. Great idea, but not a simple task if you take into account the variety of factors that need to be taken into account when organizing a schedule.
VC Cafe interviewed Engimai’s founder and CEO Adir Iakya to learn more about what it takes to bootstrap a SaaS business and how Enigmai is planning to go to market.
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