Building my SaaS company from the ground up
It’s been 10 years since I learned how to code. Oh boy, it’s been a while. I know for a fact that this is what I want to do. But life forces you into decisions that in a way leads you into a different path that ultimately converges to where I want to go.
I left college because my circumstance then did not allow me to shift to a field of study that will prepare me for what I want to do. A decade after, here I am with my shiny new Medium post about a new enterprise I’m starting.
A decade after, I’m starting a SaaS company that will solve the need for connected apps that can help automate any business process known to man.
Just a brief history of me. I was born Paolo Dominict with a weird last name: Umali. I find my name weird so I’m sticking with what I prefer. I’ve been using Paul Dominik for mostly everything. I hail from the Philippines which is a vague tropical country in the Asia-Pacific region.
What is it really? It’s ultimately a service that will allow you to build your apps. By apps, I refer to blogs, forums, stores, etc. At the moment, most companies resort to using different apps to support such. Most use WordPress for their main site, then probably phpBB for the forum, then another app to sell something. All these bring complication. They all need to be fully integrated to attain automation (isn’t this the goal?) for increased productivity. Most companies will have their particular needs as to the data objects they need to handle like bookings, orders etc. These can all be handled by Huenits.
Here in this series, I’m documenting the list of steps I did in bringing Huenits.com into life.