SaveTic digital platform arrives, providing accurate information on the expiration dates of each product.

SaveTic is a digital platform that provides accurate information in real time of the expiration dates of each product on the shelf. On Thursday, August 19, at 11AM, its founding partners, Mauricio Kremer and Maximiliano Dicranian, will participate in the Webinar organized by GS1, telling the experience of the first implementations.

In Argentina, almost 5% of the perishable food that enters a supermarket is thrown away. Donations are not even generated in time. With Savetic, thanks to product traceability, actions can be taken in time and stock and promotions can be managed more efficiently.

You can access the event, free of charge, at the following link.

How was savetic born?

Mauricio Kremer and Maximiliano Dicranian, founding partners of Savetic, came from corporate jobs as employees, they were looking for a change and to promote it they did an MBA at IAE Business School.

Savetic was born out of this desire for entrepreneurship and to use it to find a solution to food waste, which they were so concerned about. Mauricio brought his knowledge of the food industry, in which he was trained for more than 10 years. Maximiliano, Industrial Engineer (ITBA) contributed with his experience to translate the clients’ needs into concrete projects.

When Savetic was already a reality, and the first hours of work to define the business model began, they met Gonzalo Castro Peña, IT Engineer (ITBA) and EMBA at IAE. When they told him about the problem they wanted to solve, he did not hesitate to join the founding team to contribute his expertise as CTO.

Between the three of them, they redefined the objective and understood where the biggest problem was: the lack of systematized information about the expiration dates of the products. From there, they started working on developing a transparent technological solution, easy to implement and without the need for reprocessing.

How does Savetic work?

The implementation is very simple: the hardware available in the companies (producers and retailers) is used, an existing code certified by GS1 is used for traceability, and the platform focuses on providing a simple user experience.