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How Frugal is looking to transform the Home Services Marketplace – Client Success Story

Consumer services in general and home services in particular have proven to be a tough nut to crack. Finding the right business model for a services marketplace has been an even bigger challenge. The last 5 years have seen a lot of entrepreneurs and existing businesses trying to create scalable technology-based platforms matching supply and demand. Estimates peg the total addressable home services marketplace size at $250 – $400 BN. In addition to this, the end customers are still heavily dependent on talking to their neighbors and physically surveying the local market for seeking vendors.

While these facts clearly establish the need for efficient decision support systems helping with end-to-end transactions, it’s much more complicated than having a taxi at your doorstep at the click of a button. Factors such as multiple touch points, complicated pricing models, subjectiveness associated with every experience, lesser frequency of use and different possible workflows are some of the variables to contend with.

When Manish came to us with an idea for a horizontal consumer/home services marketplace, we were apprehensive. Fast forward to March 2016! We have launched the initial product (one of the more challenging platforms we have developed in the last 2 years) and are working on Versions 2 and 3.

Manish brings 20 years of experience in the fields of Strategy, Sales & Marketing, Client Relationship Management and Strategic Program Management in and around IT Services startups. In a candid conversation with us, he talks about the pain points Frugal solves for the stakeholders, specifics of the business model, experience of working with Juggernaut, lessons for other entrepreneurs and the road ahead.

Frugal

Tell us how the idea for Frugal came about?

Two influences gave birth to the idea of Frugal viz. technology platforms used by large corporations for sourcing and the Indian consumer behavior of bargaining every time we deal with a seller.

Every seller of products and services wants the Fortune 1000 companies on its client list. These large corporations take advantage of vendors vying for their business. They define their needs and terms, and conduct reverse auctions amongst suppliers that meet some basic criteria. This ensures the buyer gets the best possible price and terms. There are several enterprise software platforms that assist corporations in sourcing by conducting reverse auctions.

At a consumer level a similar behavior is well established today, however, there is no technology to enable the same. Every consumer, once decided on what to procure, will go and seek price quotes from multiple places before finalizing on a vendor based on the price and certain other parameters.

We saw a void in the tech assisted business models and felt the need for a la Frugal platform. A marketplace that would help consumers define what they are looking for and have sellers chase them for their business – this is how the idea of Frugal took shape.

Could you shed some light on Frugal’s business model?

Frugal is a hyperlocal sourcing platform for consumer services. Based on customer’s needs, service providers submit proposals, from which the customer engages one. Our platform is customer centric and offers negotiation capabilities that help the customer find the best option without the need for an in-person and lengthy negotiation process.

The Frugal platform addresses the needs for both consumers as well as the MSME, especially the micro entrepreneurs. While the marketplace offers a reverse auction platform for buyers to get the most competitive bids from potential services providers, the service providers also stand to gain. We are a catalytic platform for suppliers to gain access to a wider customer base. The biggest challenge for service providers today is to scale their business beyond a small network that works on word of mouth. Frugal is conceived to be that one marketplace where service providers can expand their reach, with zero marketing dollars and by providing superior services that enable higher community rating. (Related Reading – What is a Marketplace?)

We are building that one platform where service providers can setup e-shops and prosper, and consumers can get the best possible deals without the laborious process of comparative shopping in person. Our technology is designed to enable this business model. We can launch a new service on the fly, and can launch in a new geography within minutes. This enables us to expand fast.

We are running our pilot in NCR (Near Capital Region), with a few pilot categories of services, and once the complete product-market fit is established, we intend to scale to metros in the second phase, and nationwide thereafter.

What is your take on the home service space?

The home service space is a $100+B market in India. There is huge potential to enable and organize this market space using technology. The significance of this market is way more though. This space supports millions of entrepreneurs, and this makes it a critical part of our GDP. India is producing a million graduates a month, and it may not be possible to generate those many jobs by the corporates. This will leave a lot of people to be micro-entrepreneurs. This is where platforms such as Frugal will come into play and enable them to reach out to their potential market.

Frugal plays in all the local services space and it is going to be a unique player. There are several players that are getting a foothold in this space already. These players are mostly white labeling service providers and offering these services to the consumers on-demand. Then there are others that have setup marketplaces for services but with little value addition from marketplace operators. Frugal operates on a different model. We connect entrepreneurs to consumers. We do not provide these services. However the technology and the category managers provide significant value addition in the engagement process.

The other key differentiator about us is that we are not just home services. While we are focused on that space in our pilot runs, our business model is built to cater to any kind of personal project, any kind of services, any scale of service project, or even product buying. We have a roadmap for the next 3-5 years in which we will evolve to be that one platform of choice for MSME to sell and consumers to buy.

What are the pain points you are solving for customers and suppliers?

Frugal can be thought of as the following:

  • One stop shop for all consumer services
  • The default e-shop for micro-entrepreneurs

Today, customers call their social network in the vicinity, talk to neighbors and then go surveying the local market for options of service providers. They define their need, shortlist a vendor and then negotiate on various parameters to finally engage them. This is the process, more or less, for over a thousand services ranging from car washing, to a legal advisor, to a priest, and even to engage a bodyguard. Frugal aims to digitize this entire process. The extensive and easy-to-use technology enables the entire buying process for the customer, which they can conduct from the comforts of their living room.

Today, service providers cater to a small, defined geography, and their reach is geographically limited due to challenges of branding, marketing, sourcing leads, and closing business. Most of the MSME / micro-entrepreneurs rely on word of mouth, or walk-in customers in their respective geographies. Storefront is important to generate the walk-in footfall. Word of mouth is important to organically grow business. It is very cumbersome to expand geographically for a small business due to lack of cost effective marketing channels. It is similarly difficult for new service providers to gain a foothold in a new or existing market.

Frugal has built the technology to enable service providers to setup a virtual shop, and get access to business in whichever geography they can operate. If a service provider has the wherewithal, it can get business leads across a town, a city, a state or nationwide, and all at no cost. A service provider while registering on Frugal defines the services it provides and geographies that it wants to operate in. Frugal can be the source of business leads for service providers of any size of operation, in any geography.

While a lot of entrepreneurs are attempting a least friction supplier pick (lines of Uber) or demand pick models (lines of AirBnB) why do you think Indian home services market needs a reverse auction based model in Frugal?

Both these models are strong disruptors, and they have done well where applicable. The least friction supplier pick model is very appropriate where you buy a standard service or a product, where you do not define the specifications in great detail. Taxi service requires you to just communicate your pickup point. Since it is on-demand in real-time you do not even define ‘when’, so in Uber you just ping your current location. You get a car that you cannot pick the color of, or the gender of the driver, or any other spec. So the least friction supplier model works beautifully in that space.

AirBnB caters to a seller centric business model. Homeowners list spare capacity, and renters can go pick from the available inventory. The technology in this demand pick model facilitates building that inventory database, keeping it updated real-time, and matchmaking between inventory and demand. Product or Service Configuration is not an option here.

Our business model has the customer at its center. The customer defines what he or she needs to buy, and potential sellers vie for the business. The second key aspect about our business model is the type of services. We will cater to services that need to be configured for every demand. Our ‘RFP to Quote to Engage’ process is applicable to services that cannot be bought as a standard commodity or are driven by available inventory.

Since you are from the IT Services industry, let me take an example relevant to you. Your potential customers define what they want developed in their software system. They share their specs with multiple potential software services providers, and then negotiate and engage one that meets most of the selection criterion. Your industry cannot be uberized, and your industry cannot work like AirBnB. This is exactly where Frugal steps in. There are several such services that cannot be standardized and need a solution configuration for every single demand. The least friction supplier model and the demand pick model do not apply to services that we intend to cater to.

How has the experience with Juggernaut been?

The Juggernaut team and the Juggernaut product are two key aspects of what you bring to the table. While we did leverage the Juggernaut product, our need for configuration was unique, which had to be custom built. We got a head start on the development process utilizing the Juggernaut product, and probably cut down on development timelines.

The Juggernaut team is the biggest asset you guys bring to your customers. The knowledge of the on-demand business model, and the wide experience your architects and project managers have makes a huge difference.

While we followed the Agile iterative development model, we could have got to the market faster. Overall though, if I had to recommend Juggernaut to others, I would not hesitate. If anyone is getting into an on-demand marketplace creation and can afford a best-in-class technology partner, they should work with Juggernaut.

Are they the right partners for entrepreneurs and enterprises developing multi-stakeholder On-Demand platforms?

Juggernaut is definitely a worthy partner for entrepreneurs playing in the on-demand space. They are knowledgeable people working with a well-evolved product to get you a head start.

Are you satisfied with the technology platform as it exists today?

The technology platform that we have live as of now is just about our MVP. We have the second version in the works and ready to hit the market over the next few weeks. Our current focus is on pilots to validate the business processes. The current technology satisfies that need. A lot is in the pipeline and the product will see several iterations to evolve to a mature platform for us.

Do you feel that you have already reached the product-market fit having launched last month?

We are at least two generations away from reaching the product-market fit. The next gen product has been architected and is in development. Another one beyond that is in the white-boarding stage. Once the business processes are firmed up that will get into architecting and subsequently development. We are hoping to have our product-market fit accomplished by end of the third quarter.

How do you see Frugal evolving in the next 3 months?

This quarter is committed to getting the initial traction in our pilot geography. We are testing the technology, the business process and the team in our pilot geography. By the end of the quarter we plan to launch the core services that will utilize the Frugal model completely.

Any advice for startups trying to make it big in the On-Demand space?

We have a few learnings from our research and development phase of building Frugal. First and foremost, know your customer well. Customer discovery is extremely important, and everything else will have to be aligned with it. Technology ease-of-use, target marketing segment, key messaging et al are linked to who is your real customer.

Be clear whether you want to keep a vertical focus or you want to be a horizontal marketplace. Tech design, marketing etc. will all be based on your focus areas, so clarity on what you want to target is important. Technology is table stakes. Having a good customer side and a provider side app is a given now a days. As soon as you have done an offline validation of business model, go ahead and invest in building the technology.

Frugal  has set out to transform the home services marketplace by being a platform where service providers can bid on tasks posted by customers. If you want to use Frugal to find service providers, please download the Frugal Customer app here : iOS , Android. As a Frugal Professional , you can market your services and submit proposals to expand your business. You can download the Frugal Pro app here :  iOS , Android.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

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79 Responses to “Want to develop an app like Uber? Know the cost and other details“

  1. Shaw says:

    Need a übe type app

  2. Ajay Deep says:

    Hi Shaw. Thank you for your interest. Our sales team has sent you an email. You may take it forward from there. Cheers!

  3. I wan’t uber like platform but for another kind of business. real estate?

  4. Pac says:

    Hi, I need app like uber but with little changes

  5. shane says:

    Uber like app for delivery service

    • Ajay Deep says:

      Hey Shane,
      Uber like app for delivery service seems to be a great idea. Someone from our sales team will be in touch with you through email. You may take discussions forward from there.
      Cheers!

  6. Antoine says:

    Hi Ajay – What assurances one has that the app developper would not simply take an inovative idea and create its own app? An NDA, despite its loopholes, is a legal instrument that prevents the “Disclosure” not the copying or the taking over of an idea. Your open mindness on this delicate matter is appreciated.

    Cheers,
    Antoine

    • Ajay Deep says:

      Hi Antoine,

      We value intellectual property very highly. As and how it may be required, we are open to discussing transparent and clear clause/s that would prevent us from developing similar application for a time period. The developers working at our organization are hired after a verification process and are legally bound not to indulge in any such activity. Further, we have sent you a copy of our NDA. You may go through that and reply to the email. Rest assured, Juggernaut will be your best choice to develop an app like Uber in any industry segment. Let’s take it forward.
      Cheers!

      • Ahmed says:

        Hi Ajay, I came across your articles…I really like what you write about on demand tech..very helpful and inspiring…about this point specifically I’m so interested to know more.can you send me a copy of your NDA.
        We might discuss something even more interesting starting from this point

        My regards,
        Ahmed

        • Ajay Deep says:

          Hi Ahmed. Glad that you liked our content. We focus on providing value to our readers. Our team has sent you an email. Just reply back to take the communication further.

  7. tony hakim says:

    you guys are world class

  8. Milind Shah says:

    Hi Ajay,
    I need an app same as Uber. what will be the cost? and can you show me if you have any such app on itunes?, so that i can download and try.
    Milind

    • Ajay Deep says:

      Hi Milind,
      Being a leader in on-demand space, we have developed a number of apps in various business verticals for both android and iOS platform. Our sales team will get in touch with you through email and provide you with all the required info.
      Cheers!

  9. Wafir says:

    Do you guys do projects for the Middle East?

    • Ajay Deep says:

      Hey Wafir, of course we do!
      In fact, the Middle East region is booming with startups in the on-demand sector. We’d love to work on your project. Just sent you an email to initiate the conversation. Let’s take it forward through that.
      Cheers!

  10. nitesh says:

    hi need a app like uber let me know

  11. Subomi says:

    Hi,

    Need an app like Filld On Demand Gas Delivery.

    But with no payement option for now since that needs a lot of security and will be expensive. I’m bringing Filld’s business model to Africa.

  12. Parul Singh says:

    Are you guys involved in developing all kinds of apps or its just limited to the apps like uber?

  13. Jesse says:

    Hello, I would like to get more information on developing an app similar to Uber but for providing a standard service. It is a very saturated industry and simplifying access to such service I think can very well find its way in the mobile App world. As like previous comments left I too am concerned and question if my idea can be taken or copied.
    Thanks for your time and eager to hear your response.

  14. Can you send me a copy of your NDA? I am most concerned with this and how it works and what is the time line of the NDA?

    My idea revolves pretty much around UBER and but is not related to rides.

  15. william says:

    Hi AJAY or juggernaut , am interested in developing an app which is as complex as uber or a little more complex but nothing like uber. would like to get in touch with you via email. so reach out to me lets discuss. thanks.

  16. Peter says:

    Hey Juggernaut, I’m interested in developing a service within the On-Demand economy, with some added variables that could prove difficult to navigate, but can definitely be done with the right expertise. Really in the ideas stage at this point, but I can definitely see a road to success and I’d love to talk with you guys regarding my options and so on. Thanks.

  17. please give the ideology and working of the app,and how to develop an app like uber for autos and taxi which could be affordable for all class of people

  18. King Spesh says:

    Hello Ajay, I have an idea for a transportation app but have no finances nor the expertise to pull it off, I have made a thorough research on it and its big, please contact me via email to discuss it.

    Kind regards,

  19. Amaro says:

    Hi Ajay:

    Do you have a uber alike plataform already? I’ll be interested on getting such a service from you and your team

    Thanks

  20. Daniela says:

    Hi Ajay,
    I am looking to outsource (hire or partner) the development of a new business idea that can use this kind of structure. Would your team shoot me an e-mail so that I can assess whether Juggernaut may fit into the picture? Thanks!

  21. Jon says:

    Hi Ajay,

    Looking for a Uber like app in RSA, also have concerns about NDA, costs and durations.
    Please could you send me a copy of your NDA and any other info that may assist me in my choice of Developer.

    Please also send me through a direct contact so that i may contact by telephone if possible.

    Thanks Jon

  22. sudheer says:

    Hi, i want to start a business on GPS based. It likes UBER r OLA but not in transportation mostely deals with FMCG. Can u please email me the details.

  23. Thanks for this….i also like to develop Uber type of apps. Please inform me what is the exact cost to develop in India.

  24. i need an app developer just like uber..
    can u help?

  25. Daho says:

    I would like to have an estimat for uber like platform thanks

  26. Carlos says:

    Hi im interested in an app with similar UBER features

  27. Jordon says:

    I need to be able to have clients send their location to a computer at our office so we can send a car to them,

  28. Sunny says:

    Would like to make an app please contact me

  29. Joniel says:

    Hi Ajay, I have an app in my mind same as Uber and I would like to discuss it further. Hope to hear from you soon.

  30. Tim says:

    What are your rates and can you refer me to a source to develop a solid NDA and IP lawyer before we get the ball rolling?

  31. MJ says:

    I’m interested in an uber like app. Can you help? Thanks!

  32. hasan says:

    I need a app like uber county base

  33. Ami Khan says:

    Hi Ajay,

    I have a business idea/proposal and need to work out how much it will cost to develop an app like uber (but also maybe have some sort of video link too). I plan to pitch to investors by Q316 so am working on the Financial model now.
    What credentials do you have in this field and could you also let me know what guarantees you can provide in terms of ensuring that any plans I share with you are confidential? Thanks in advance!

  34. Chris Dre says:

    Interested in UBER-like app with some changes. Please contact me with NDA. Thank you.

  35. Mark says:

    Thank you. Very informative and well-structured article. I think it would be helpful for everyone. Maybe you should try to add it to the Wiki page about Uber: http://getsmall.link/6eb1a0e8

  36. Rigoberto paz says:

    We are in los angeles trying to start ul a bussiness like uber can you guys helps out.

  37. Barkaat Ahmad says:

    Hi

    We like to get an estimate on an Uber like app. Would you be able to email me a ball park estimate on development cost, timeframe and on after sales service/enhancements.

    • Ajay Deep says:

      Hi Barkaat,
      Thanks for reaching out. Our sales team will be in touch with you through email and you may take the discussions forward from there.
      Cheers!

  38. mugambe ramathan says:

    hi,am in east africa, am planing on setting up abusiness more like uber hope we can discuss more

  39. Stephanie says:

    Hi Im interested in developing an app like uber for another service but same concept as uber can you please provide me with costs thank you

  40. Amr Gadalla says:

    Hi Team,
    I want to ask about the details of a program like Uber, but of course on a much lower scale (10-20 cars), including the cost and the maintenance fee , and if there is any fixed sets to be fixed in the cars.

  41. Akshay Kumar Dixit says:

    Hi I also want to know about the cost of making such an app

  42. Aditya says:

    Hi Ajay
    I am thinking to make website like uber but it will be little different then uber. It will be like pre reservation in app and customer can track their car. It will be limousine service but all pre refer action through app. Nothing else.

  43. Mohamed says:

    We are in NJ. And we like to start company like Uber or lyft can u guys helping out by telling what the cost for the app and start the company

  44. David says:

    Please call me to discuss my concept for development.
    David
    9173646218

  45. Sayo says:

    Hi
    I will like to get an estimate on an Uber like app. Please email me a ball park estimate on development cost, timeframe and on after sales service/enhancements.

  46. Hello,
    I am looking to develop an app similar to Uber but will carter a totally different service.
    I like what I read on this page and will love to touch base with somebody in your company.

  47. Pathrose says:

    We would like to get an estimate on an Uber like app. Would you be able to email me an estimate on development cost, timeframe and on after sales service/enhancements.

    Reply

  48. Jignesh patel says:

    Hi
    We like to get an estimate on an Uber/ola/porter like app. Would you be able to email me a ball park estimate on development cost, timeframe and on after sales service/enhancements.

  49. Jignesh patel says:

    i need to detail about this uber/ola/porter application
    who make this type of application?
    its application total estimste and how to operate?

  50. Nuria says:

    Hi I need help trying to making a app like the uber app but we have our taxi company already it will be more easy if we have an app can you help please

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Want to develop an app like Uber? Know the cost and other details

How much does it cost to make an app like uber

How much doest it cost to make an app like uber

How much does it cost to develop an app like Uber? We come across this question almost always when we think about app development for building apps like uber. The answer always is – It depends!
Uber’s business model has given rise to a large number of On-Demand Platforms being adapted for different verticals. The demand for taxi apps like uber and uber clone app has grown eminently in the recent times. Many entrenched industry value chains stand to be disrupted. The online-offline nature and involvement of multiple stakeholders make these platforms difficult to design, master and scale for uber like app development for your business.

 

Related Reading – The Uber Business Model 

 

Entrepreneurs and enterprises looking to build uber like apps for different verticals often find this analogy easiest to articulate and hence the genesis of the question. There are several variables associated with getting to a correct estimate to make an app like uber. Let’s have a quick look at these variables to understand what goes into designing an Uber for X platform. I am confident this will also lead to a better appreciation of why we as Juggernaut took a modular approach and designed an MBaaS (Mobile Backend as a Service) architecture to create a winning value proposition for entrepreneurs/enterprises looking at making an uber like app / uber clone for their business.

 

Generally the cost for the initial MVP for an app like uber is upwards of $100k-$300k, however while taking the Juggernaut approach it can be as low as $40k – $80k. Read more to learn how :

 

A) Is your business model exactly like Uber? If not, how does it differ from Uber?
Uber for X can be best described as a platform looking to deliver a product or provide a service On-demand with demand being aggregated online and serviced offline. But there are so many variations that can come up when we start analyzing different implementations in this field.

When we talk about an app like Uber:

  1. We can assume – supply is loosely bound to the platform and we are merely aggregating the supply.
  2. Demand is not scheduling the product/service for a time in the future and everything is instantaneous.
  3. Demand is not choosing the service provider and he is being allocated the one based on his choice and other variables.
  4. Service/product that we are talking about has a standardized flow and doesn’t involve customer making a selection across lot of different variables.

Clearly, for most of the entrepreneurs their business model will have many stark differences from Uber’s business model cited above. These considerations have a direct impact on how you deal with decisions related to identity, scheduling, matching, payment, etc. while designing the product and thus the cost associated with defining the MVP.

Related Reading  On-demand startup in mind? Success depends on these planning factors – Venture Beat

If you are in the process of defining the contours of your business model and making these design choices and are looking for a more exhaustive take on the topic – download this free eBook that talks about how to finalize the business model for your On Demand Startup – Ebook: Understanding the On Demand Business Model

B) What is the business vertical you are trying to target?
Is it a taxi app like uber business or an On-Demand platform designed for some other vertical? When you are trying to find a solution to help your existing taxi/limo business with an Uber like application development experience, there are many companies providing white label solutions. When you start going broader to say, ground transportation (shuttle/event/hailing solutions directed at children/senior citizens/corporates etc.) or beauty or home services or delivery and so on, things start becoming more complicated and it is difficult to find a script based approach that works.

We have been grappling with this problem for the last 24 months and have come up with a top down approach as a solution. The basis is that there are certain modules – matching, scheduling, tracking, payments, reviews, notifications, aggregation and signup that form the backbone of any such platform. So we have created backend code blocks or an MBaaS based architecture structured to take care of most of the use cases that can be thrown by an On Demand Business Model. For more information on functional choices that go in defining each of those modules – download this eBook that talks about the Building Blocks for On-Demand Technology.

The underlying premise is that the front end needs to be custom developed. Leveraging the proven backend architecture ensures that we are not reinventing the wheel when it comes to deeper customizations/corner cases.

 

Uber like app development

Uber like app development

C) Evolution of On-Demand Platforms
When we talk about an app similar to Uber, it is helpful to keep the general evolutionary framework associated with all startups in mind. It is a fact that all business apps like or unlike Uber have to go through the 4 stages mentioned below. But the fact that most On Demand platforms are associated with network effects/playbook evolution/solving the initial chicken and egg hurdles, etc. the case for a clear understanding of these stages is much more important. Question then becomes are we looking to validate the business model that is doing less than 1000 transactions a day or are we talking about a system that has already scaled to multiple geographies built on top of a highly optimized logistics framework.

How to make an app like uber

How to make an app like uber

Focus areas during different stages of platform evolution are different. The first hurdle is getting a functioning product to the market that aces the core interaction. Once the MVP is launched its often a race towards achieving that product-market fit which in itself might span multiple sprints. Once the product market fit is in sight, the next hurdle is getting the unit economics (Customer Acquisition Costs/Lifetime Values) right while constantly improving cohort data. This phase generally involves lot of focus on building the analytics capabilities.

Total cost of developing an on-demand app like Uber:

By now it should be clear that the cost of making an app like Uber depends on numerous factors. But here’s an attempt at the estimate. Building an MVP for an On Demand Platform involves creating web/mobile interfaces for both supply and demand. Add to this the fact that native experiences are the expected norm leading to parallel development efforts if we chose to build both for iOS and Android. The other important component is the nerve center/admin panel that doubles up as a CRM and a Dashboard to control some of the critical operations. Everything is glued together by the APIs that operate on top of central databases and control logic – part of the backend framework that runs on cloud.

 

Assuming the platform architecture is scalable and is able to handle 500-1000 transactions a day right away we are looking at an upwards of $100k-$300k effort for an initial MVP. Variations in the ball park primarily are on 3 accounts –
1. Number of stakeholders
2. Number of platforms that are part of the initial launch
3. Complexities in the business model
4. Geography/ Region out of which your development team operates or engineers the product. Per hour rates vary from $20 -$60 (parts of India/Eastern Europe/South East Asia) to $80 -$150 (parts of Western Europe/US)

 

With a modular approach that takes advantage of pre-built IP, we at Juggernaut are able to reduce the time and cost involved by around 30%. In addition, since Juggernaut’s engineering teams are based out of India we bring a huge cost arbitrage to the table while still ensuring smoothness in communication generally associated with in-house teams. The engagement processes have evolved over more than 5 years of distributed product development. All in all the costs for an MVP while taking the Juggernaut approach can be as low as USD 40k to USD 80k. But more than the cost advantage the bigger value proposition that we bring to the table is experience drawn from doing more than 50+ On-Demand Platform in different geographies and domains. This makes the approach consultative wherein at every step, we draw from the playbook of many successful implementations that we have been associated with directly and indirectly.

 

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