Testbirds

Software Testing  

(English) Germany-based software-testing platform. Initiators of the Crowdsourcing Code of Conduct.

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Registered Workers
(English) Over 250,000
Workers Are...
  • Self Employed
Payment Model
  • Payment per task
Languages
German, English, SV
Signed Code of Conduct
Yes
Official Company Name
Testbirds GmbH
Année de fondation
2011
Headquarters Location
(English) Munich, Germany
Subsidiaries
(English) Testbirds Ltd., London, England; Testbirds B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands; Testbirds AB, Stockholm, Sweden; Testbirds Hungary Kft., Budapest, Hungary
Management
Philipp Benkler, CEO; Georg Hansbauer, Managing Director; Markus Steinhauser, Head of Operations
Investors
Walter Beteiligungen & Immobilien AG; Seventure Partners; Tiburon Unternehmensaufbau
Number of Employees
(English) 100 (November 2017)
Transaction Volume
(English) Unknown
Job Volume
(English) Unknown
Official Website
http://testbirds.de
Worker Websites
No known worker websites.
Tips: websites@faircrowdwork.org
Platform Overview

(English) Testbirds offers crowd-based software testing, especially for mobile phone apps and mobile websites. The company is based in Germany and has subsidiaries in England, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Hungary, and clients worldwide. They offer a wide range of software testing services, including « exploratory bug testing », test case execution and creation; localization, regression, and performance testing; usability evaluation; and project consulting.

  • Quick Facts
    Registered Workers
    (English) Over 250,000
    Workers Are...
    • Self Employed
    Payment Model
    • Payment per task
    Languages
    German, English, SV
    Signed Code of Conduct
    Yes
    Official Company Name
    Testbirds GmbH
    Année de fondation
    2011
    Headquarters Location
    (English) Munich, Germany
    Subsidiaries
    (English) Testbirds Ltd., London, England; Testbirds B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands; Testbirds AB, Stockholm, Sweden; Testbirds Hungary Kft., Budapest, Hungary
    Management
    Philipp Benkler, CEO; Georg Hansbauer, Managing Director; Markus Steinhauser, Head of Operations
    Investors
    Walter Beteiligungen & Immobilien AG; Seventure Partners; Tiburon Unternehmensaufbau
    Number of Employees
    (English) 100 (November 2017)
    Transaction Volume
    (English) Unknown
    Job Volume
    (English) Unknown
    Official Website
    http://testbirds.de
    Worker Websites
    No known worker websites.
    Tips: websites@faircrowdwork.org
  • Platform Details

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  • Platform History

    (English) Testbirds was founded in 2011. In 2015, they led the initial development of the Crowdsourcing Code of Conduct.

  • Business Model

    (English) Testbirds does not act as an intermediary matching customers and workers but rather charges customers directly for services and organizes workers themselves. Their website lists prices for frequently used services such as a self-service exploratory bug test with 20 testers (£ 1550) and a self-service usability test with 20 testers (£ 3100).[1]

  • Worker Classification

    (English) Workers are self-employed.

  • Jobs and Clients

    (English) The primary jobs offered to crowd workers by Testbirds are bug testing and usability testing.

    Example Clients

    (English) 1&1 Internet, Würth, Allianz, Audi, CeBIT, Deutsche Bahn, Deutsche Messe, Deutsche Post, Deutsche Telekom, DHL, Die Welt, DM, Gelbe Seiten (German yellow pages), n-tv, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Western Union.

  • Work Process

    (English) Workers register their demographic and device information with Testbirds and are notified when a task is available for them. (Tasks are made available to people with the necessary demographic characteristics and devices algorithmically.) Once notified, workers are free to accept or ignore the task.

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    Ability to Refuse Payment Rejection: positive rating
    (English) Nonpayment is only possible if work does not meet the criteria presented in the project description.
  • Change to Terms of Service: Change: positive rating
    (English) No change during running projects.
  • Warranty Warranty: positive rating
    (English) Support and improvement suggestions are provided during projects.
  • Contact with Employers Client Contact: positive rating
    (English) No prohibition.
  • Contact with Workers Rejection: positive rating
    (English) No prohibition.