Welcome to episode fifty-two of the SaaS Backwards podcast, where we interview CEOs and CMOs of fast-growing SaaS firms to reveal what they are doing that's working, and lessons learned from things that didn't work as planned.
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That’s the problem Yosh Eisbart, CEO of Fullfilld is tackling with their warehouse management orchestration platform. Their system paints a “digital twin” of the physical warehouse, digitizes it, and ingests all that data into the software.
So instead of a static image (which doesn’t communicate any data about optimal flow), they’re able to use AI and ML to capture data around the entire buzz happening in the warehouse beehive, analyze the data and calculate the optimal workflow.
As compelling as this solution potentially is for warehouses, Fulfilld must overcome problem awareness issues and status quo bias to penetrate new accounts.
How are they doing it?
Eisbart shares his learnings about crossing that chasm including:
- Getting those first five customers to demonstrate product-market fit
- How they vetted “smart money” that could impact business development from the beginning.
- Overcoming “problem awareness” by launching smaller components and expanding based on use cases.
- Their strategy for scaling through channel partners.
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