HIT-Builder.com - Mechanical Turk Consulting

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DPA Software offers a complete set of Mechanical Turk development services including HIT system design, project consulting, HIT/Qualification development, HIT-Builder.com web service, stand-alone AMT-based web applications, AMT-based data processing services and non-US requester accounts on the HIT-Builder.com web site.

Details

Company: DPA Software
Inquiry e-mail address: davidmp@dpasoftware.com
Amazon Web Services Used: Amazon Mechanical Turk
Solution URL: http://www.hit-builder.com/
Audience: Businesses, Consumers, Developers
Pricing: Both Free and for-fee tiers available
Created On: June 20, 2006 3:04 AM GMT
Last Updated: October 16, 2008 6:00 PM GMT
DPA Software is a leading Amazon Mechanical Turk (AMT) consultant and developer. DPA Software has been working with the AMT since its inception and has worked with many customers in translating their business problems into AMT-based solutions. DPA has developed several dedicated commerce web sites based on the AMT.

DPA Software is also the owner and operator of the HIT-Builder.com web site used to post HITs to the AMT from data sets and prototype systems of HITs to solve real-business problems. DPA also provides non-US requesters access to the AMT through the HIT-Builder.com web site.

DPA also has a Volume HIT Processor technology that implements fully adjudicated, multi-level HIT systems as a web service, Mashup or data processing tool. This can be used for data cleaning, content generation, data analysis, tagging, transcription and data processing applications.

Comments

hit-builder
Until recently Hit_Builder was a fantastic service and the only thing that went wrong was the team stopped supporting the site. By the way all paying users were alerted to the state of affairs in advance. So if you don't hear back it's because they are gone....so sad...what a time saver.
billwatch on October 11, 2010 1:05 PM GMT
Best avoided
In my opinion, these guys are best avoided. Emails to customer support go unanswered and phone calls to "DPA Software" (the company which collects the money according to my credit card statement) get met by a woman who claims I've got the wrong number and puts the phone down on me. Subsequent phone calls were ignored and went to voicemail asking me to leave a message for "DPA software". Highly dubious.
camsters on April 28, 2009 4:33 PM GMT
Agape
I think this is a very good ideal and some day when i become more involve with the site i will use it to help better this company.
sonlove53 on July 21, 2006 5:12 AM GMT
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