Recently we had an opportunity to speak with Noah Labhart, the Co-Founder & CTO at Veryable Inc about Veryable
Please share with us the backstory of what motivated you to create this app.
In looking at the landscape of manufacturing, our co-founder and CEO Mike Kinder saw the need for operations to variable-ize their labor in order to lower administration burden, capitalize on revenue opportunities and achieve flexible capacity. At the same time, he saw workers desiring flexible work schedules in this industry, allowing them to do the work they know and love, but on the schedule that fits their life better.
What features do you hope to roll out to your app in the future?
As a fast-growing startup, we always have new and exciting features rolling out. I would like to mention a few here.
We are working on the dashboard filter settings at the moment, which will allow our users to filter the Ops according to their requirements. The next cool feature that we are working on will allow users to rate the businesses that they worked for. Other than these, we always keep an eye on application performance and security and continually updating our apps as quickly as possible.
What has been the most rewarding aspect of the creation of this app?
Veryable is a unique concept built specifically for the blue-collar labor market, and we've definitely had people doubt our ability to succeed in such a space. It's been very rewarding to see how Veryable is truly changing our users' lives by helping them find the work they want on their terms.
I would like to put up the latest 5-star review that we received from one of our users.
"This app is the best I've come across for those who need good-paying jobs/ops I recommend this app"
What is the coolest or most innovative feature of your app?
Veryable app has so many cool features. There are a few features that are worth mentioning here.
As a marketplace, we let our users choose where and when they want to work. This provides great schedule flexibility to individual users.
We also have a unique Leaderboard in our app. For each Op that the operator performs, they receive rewards points which raises their position on the monthly Leaderboard. At the end of each month, the top 10 users on the Leaderboard receive rewards.
What surprised you most in your journey to create this app?
How fast we are growing. We started with 2 people and 1 state. Now we are fully functioning in 6 different states with 50+ people in the team in just 3 years.
Do you have any recommendations or advice for others wanting to create a mobile app?
• Do the market research before jumping on the idea and start building the app.
• Learn your target audience.
• Ask questions.
How did you decide which platforms to release your app on and do you plan on releasing your app to other platforms?
As a native iOS developer myself, I started with building the iOS app, but as we launched the Veryable iOS app, we learned that most of our target Audience were Android users. We made a quick decision to develop the Android app to get more users on our platform, which turned out pretty great for us.
In the future, we might consider the possibility of making a web app for our users so that they can use the app anywhere without a Mobile device.
How is your app different than the rest of the market? Which unique need does it fill?
Our platform is an operational tool, which allows businesses to achieve flexible capacity. We are not tech-enabled temp staffing, and we are not worker sourcing. We are the marketplace to connect workers and businesses in a discrete manner, creating a win-win for both sides of the market.
You can view Veryable here
For more information, visit: https://veryableops.com/