Case Studies

Business Automation for Franchise Expansion

CHALLENGE
Top managers in a client’s company wanted to find a new way to manage business affairs because growth had become stagnant. The managers planned to delegate management functions to partners via franchise thereby freeing their time to invest and expand business into new countries.
SOLUTION

To achieve the client’s business goals, we began with IT product analysis. We built a strategic plan by mapping business objectives with assumptions and restrictions. The plan showed that they needed:

  1. New IT architecture based on microservices for easy scaling and reducing time to market.
  2. New websites and webservices for creating a modern user interface and exclude any manual labor.
  3. New software on the devices to support modern hardware, decrease a number of errors and improve remote control abilities.

Byndyusoft re-invented the entire client’s business by adapting an Agile process, developing software to manage devices, and move the client’s infrastructure into a cloud datacenter.

RESULTS

The first version of the new software was launched in just 3 months. The client immediately started offering franchises to new partners with new software and fully automated business processes.

Top managers were freed from manual labor by a fully automated business process and a new approach for developing software. They focused their efforts on the selling of franchises and training the new franchisees.

50 partners
have bought a franchise over the last 2 years
148 cities
were plugged in
4 countries
integrated into the system
Architecture · Franchise · Business Automation
We have started our collaboration gradually, with care. The confidence and trust we have with Byndyusoft was achieved in the development process. Byndyusoft is very flexible with changing requirements because when you are developing a real life IT-product there is no way to plan all of its aspects in advance. At this time Byndyusoft is responsible for all IT tasks for our Public Transport Television project.
Andrei Tsidin, CEO and co-founder at Adbus, Chelyabinsk
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