Accurate Prices Top Priority on HuMuch.com
Crowdsourcing website, HuMuch.com, launches new validation rules to help ensure accurate price information.
- (1888PressRelease) April 23, 2012 - The definition of crowdsourcing varies, but it is basically a large group of people sharing information to solve a common problem. On example is Wikipedia, where writers around the world collaborate on articles. Another example is HuMuch.com, where consumers around the world share prices on goods and services. The major criticism of crowdsourcing is the difficulty to obtain correct information.
Today, HuMuch.com launches new validation rules and audits to help ensure accurate price information. "Maintaining our reputation for accurate prices has always been a priority on HuMuch.com," stated Philip Sarmiento, VP of Operations, "We believe that a commitment to continually improve validation rules and audits is a good measure of a crowdsourcing organization's professionalism."
The new validation rules and audits will cover over 5,000 products and 50,000 prices. The validation rules will include the following consumer areas: Clothing, Electronics, Food & Drink, Health & Beauty, Home, Personal Life, Professional Services, and Travel prices.
HuMuch.com was founded by a group of global travelers located in the Washington DC Metro Area. Each time we explore a new place, we notice with amazement that an item is often sold in different places at drastically different prices. We've built an easy to use platform to help anyone find, share, and compare prices around the world.