Plugnotes: automate flows for SMEs - Numerik

Plugnotes: automate flows for SMEs – Numerik

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Without ERP, companies sometimes still resort to good old pen and paper. Plugnotes offers a solution to make these flows digital and usable. Camille de Bruyn (CEO) is perhaps his best sales rep.

TRENDS-TRENDS. Give us the Plugnotes pitch!

CAMILLE DE BRUYN. We enable SMBs to digitize their operational flow without a line of code. So, no more need to call on outside developers and no more dependence on IT priorities. We allow all companies that do not need an ERP (integrated management software package) to go digital.

Are you industrializing an old dream of your dad?

That’s it. My dad is a co-founder. He has worked in logistics and retail for a long time. It was in the context of this activity that he identified a lack. This lack, we come to fill it.

With real customers?

For a box launched less than a year ago, we already have around ten customers. They have four weeks to assess. The rate of churn (loss of subscribers, editor’s note) is zero, so far. For us, currently, the biggest challenge is to evangelize on the concept of no code in Belgium. But we are getting there.

Are you making money today?

The goal is to be break even in June. Our expenses are under control: around 10,000 euros per month. And the development is carried out, whether on mobile, tablet or the web. Next challenge, since we are in Software as a Service (SaaS): hosting customer data in Belgium. They are now in Germany.

Family box or open capital?

Our goal is to self-finance while waiting to find the investor who will understand our market and our challenges. Open capital therefore, but not at all costs.

TRENDS-TRENDS. Give us the Plugnotes pitch! CAMILLE DE BRUYN. We enable SMBs to digitize their operational flow without a line of code. So, no more need to call on outside developers and no more dependence on IT priorities. We allow all companies that do not need an ERP (integrated management software package) to digitize. Are you industrializing an old dream of your dad? That’s it. My dad is a co-founder. He has long worked in logistics and retail. It was in the context of this activity that he identified a lack. This lack, we come to fill it. With real customers? For a box launched less than a year ago, we already have around ten customers. They have four weeks to assess. The churn rate (loss of subscribers, editor’s note) is nil, so far. For us, currently, the biggest challenge is to evangelize the concept of no-code in Belgium. But we are getting there. Are you making money today? The objective is to be break-even in June. Our expenses are under control: around 10,000 euros per month. And the development is carried out, whether on mobile, tablet or the web. Next challenge, since we are in Software as a Service (SaaS): hosting customer data in Belgium. They are now in Germany. Family box or open capital? Our goal is to self-finance while waiting to find the investor who will understand our market and our challenges. Open capital therefore, but not at all costs.

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