When it comes to the stuff in my home I’ve bought over the years, I’m the annoyingly organized about it. Everything from that Ikea dresser to our TV to the garbage disposal we just replaced, I have an entire drawerful of assembly instructions, instruction manuals, warranty cards, and more. You know how many times I’ve had to go sorting through that drawer to find something? Barely ever. But the rare occasion when I have, I’ve been incredibly thankful that I’ve saved them. But that drawer takes up valuable real estate in my home.
Earlier this year, when browsing for cool new products on Product Hunt, a company called Bawte jumped out at me. Bawte is an app that lets you inventory your stuff then saves the product manuals and warranty cards automatically and digitally. Adding a product is pretty easy, simply take a picture of the UPC code (or hand enter the product in), and viola. Inventoried. You can even take a picture of the receipt, which could come in handy when having to deal with warranty or product support. I think the app can also come in handy in case of insurance claims – proof of the stuff you bought! Anyway, I began chatting with founder John Jackovin, we developed a great relationship over time, and he ended up applying to Techstars. Today I’m honored to have him included in this year’s class.
We’re working on improving workflow and the ease of adding products to your personal inventory. Download the app today and give Bawte some feedback!