My business partner designed a program that uses AI applications to improve logistical control over routing/dispatching. POSARD is a software company that is using this application to improves overall efficiency in companies that deliver. We will be expanding into multiple pipelines. The first being the food industry POS system, the second being Amazon, Fedex pipeline, and the third being Doordash industry. For what we have the sky the limit. As of right now the only manager on this team is me CEO David Johnson. I have about fifteen years of experience in this business. Driver to manager to area supervisor at Dominos and Pizza Hut. More importantly I am the one with the strategic know how on obtaining my vision. It’s facilitating, hiring the right people for the job. Knowing all the key players, Easy peasy right. The number one problem in the Food delivery business is that no one really controls the most important aspect. Routing and dispatching of deliveries (Logistics). Drivers will steal runs base on the value of tips or potential value of tips. The customer just wants their product as quickly as possible. The business wants to deliver that product as cheap and efficiently as possible. Our product does that autonomously, with no human input. We are selling POS systems and tech support to businesses that delivery a product. Our proprietary algorithm was solely designed to solve the problem of routing and dispatching of deliveries in real time autonomously with no human input. Over 70% of the POS pipeline market consist of Xennials and Millennials in westernized country. They most likely got into the business just to support their family and/or a passion for cooking. Nothing wrong with that. These business owners are non-religious, liberals without a college degree that just don’t care about much. What they do care about is their business and the quality they deliver. I will be hiring programmers from India on a contract base to design a POS system with our proprietary dispatching program integrated into it. Once I have system we will be showcasing it at the international pizza expo. I will give first 1000ish customers incentive by not charge them the full amount up front. Let them pay software off over 3 to 5 years, signing them onto a 20 years tech support contract thus retain them and profits. I will be targeting the 50,000 or so Mom and Pop store in the U.S. At the same time, I will hit up the franchisees of big pizza chains. Signing some big players will help in the PR dept. Gain traction by forcing the Mom and Pop chains to buy my product. Do or die. Once I enter U.S. segment I will be entering the global market. Canada, Europe, South America, China, Middle East in order. I will be developing a referral strategy. If new customers refer and that referral sign contract take off maybe $500 of software cost. Also, would incentive them for a video content that we can put up online. Helping in getting the word out. Then hire search Engine Optimization experts to increase flow to video and website. I will be retaining customers by continuously updating the POS system with better application, staying ahead of competition. Within the U.S and Canada territories, there are approximately 8 big privately help POS system companies. Revention, PDQ signature, Arrow POS, Granbury, Speedline POS, Aloha, Microworks, Harbourtouch. None of them are really competitors, they don’t have what we have, and they won’t unless they have 400 million to invest into designing this program. We are the first and only company in the world with this proven type of technology, UPS project Orion technology is close but not real time and fully autonomous. We are in the process of patenting our copyright, the proprietary processes of the program. Just like drug making, if chemicals are not put together in right order drug won’t work. Same for this algorithm, processes are patentable. This is a first mover of biblical proportion.