What was the scope of their involvement?
Initially, our plan was for a 3,000-page book, but people don’t end up in the restoration industry because they enjoy reading. The information needed to be distilled into bite-sized pieces and had to be instantly delivered for the users. We wanted a searchable website that would be an invoicing standard. We provided the documentation before their team began development.
Along with the invoicing element, users can buy digital assets like gift cards and other swag. They can also register for events where they can buy raffle tickets and donate. We even created our own synthetic currency called insider points. Our service has estimate audit engines named ZORA and Solidifai, which they were pivotal in the development of.
What is the team composition?
Typically, we’ve worked with four people. But sometimes, roles and accounts changed. In total, I’ve had a relationship with no more than eight individuals. I work directly with the developer and have a project lead.
How did you come to work with Techverx?
I was working with an operation that underperformed. Upon us firing them, we asked to work directly with Techverx, which turned out to be a favorable arrangement.
How much have you invested with them?
We’ve invested about $100,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
Our engagement with Techverx started in November 2017.