The idea is that companies can outsource testing quickly and cheaply, rather than investing a lot of time and money in doing their internal testing. Some companies specialize in this type of outsourcing. They are like the IT industry’s Harley Davidson or Rolls Royce: quality-tested but expensive for normal folks. The poor start-up entrepreneur can take all their resources to get a product out there.
Verification companies help start-ups.
A start-up that wants to develop an Internet-based product hires a 먹튀 to help it find out whether the idea is any good. The start-up provides a specification of what it hopes to achieve, and the verification company finds someone (often one of its workers) who is willing to build that thing based on the description. If the resulting program is useful, and if the start-up finds the price acceptable, they sign a contract and develop. The role of the verification company is to protect the interests of all three parties:
- The start-up may not have enough experience or credibility yet to deal with professional programmers.
- The programmer doesn’t want to spend time on something unlikely to succeed.
- The investors in both parties don’t want their money spent on something that won’t bring a return.
The most obvious use for this kind of company is for start-ups in what Fred Wilson calls “software eating the world” businesses like Uber, Airbnb, and Square are trying to reinvent whole industries by building tools for regular people instead of custom software for corporations. Not every new idea works out as well as Airbnb did, though. And there are also start-ups like Snapchat that are creating new ways of using technology but aren’t aiming at a big market.
How to do fast turn-around verification
The key is not to do it their selves. Eat-and-run verification 먹튀검증업체 means having a small company that will do the work for one, for a fee. To understand how this works, consider what happens if one tries to do fast turn-around verification. One will have a three-hour meeting with someone from their team, who will, in turn, have a three-hour meeting with the other team, and then they will both get back to one in three weeks. That’s nine hours per week of their time, which costs one $300 per hour if one pays market rates. So one has to charge the customer $3000 per bug found to break even on their own time.
There are two ways to avoid this problem: don’t verify themselves or pay more for it. The former is good because it saves their time; the latter is good because nine hours of their time per bug is more than most projects can afford anyway. It’s better to pay the eat-and-run company $3000 upfront and get all the bugs found in one fell swoop while still only spending $300 per bug found.