I am not even sure how to ask this question.
I am building a platform for them to use product companies that will take online orders from their customers. It's a fairly simple concept, but the hard part will be importing your inventory. Let's say the business sells wine. Well, importing your wine list is one thing, but how should I manage to choose which wine image to display for each product?
It seems absurd to force them to choose an image for each product. Not only do I think the business owner shouldn't have to choose an image, but I don't trust him to choose a "good" image. If I let you choose an image, that will open the floodgates so that images of terrible quality are all over my SAAS.
SAAS is run within a specific industry, that is, wine sellers. Then, in a perfect world, the business owner will load their products through a spreadsheet of some kind, and the system will be smart enough to associate product images with products.
What are some options to build an image library for something like the wine industry? The obvious answer is that we begin to manually choose the images of the most common wine products and then increase the list as companies insert products without images. I am a developer, so doing anything manually grinds my gears. Any ideas on some other strategies?