— Until a few years ago, GrainTrack positioned itself as an agro-startup. What is your business today?
— We have grown from a start-up to a real company with a staff, a business model, clients, products, etc. Somewhere in 2017-2018, we moved from a firm that is just looking for something to do to the company which already knows where it is going and is trying to scale.
Our software still helps to optimize business processes, track the status of grain traders' contracts, etc. But now we do it in a much more professional way. Because we have gained incredible experience working with international companies, we have seen how it works in Europe, Africa, Asia. And we implemented this experience technically.
Grain trading consists of a large number of processes. If you, as a software developer, can optimize at least one of the processes, for example, counterparty compliance, then well done. But if the software can optimize several processes (document flow, sales position, payment flow, etc.), this is a completely different level — this is top-notch.