Compratek was a design concept for a complementary app that would work with Tiendatek. It would allow the users to manage their vendors and purchases.
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Tiendatek was a very robust product that thousands of shopkeepers in Mexico, India, Colombia, and Ghana used for managing their shops. Since everything was on the same app, there was a need for some features to exist as standalone apps, so the users could be able to perform some tasks at the same time on two different devices.
The most requested feature to have a spin-off was the ability to register purchases and manage visits from the vendors. So I started to sketch some solutions and took them to the shopkeepers.
The feedback from the potential users was positive, so I designed some Pixel Perfect screens and built an interactive prototype.
The features included were:
Users gave positive feedback for the interactive prototype, but there was a problem: most of them were owners of the shops, so the ones that had to use this product were going to be their employees. So from this idea, the product pivoted to another called Dueñotek.