On the homepage of CloudFactory, it has an interesting assembly line of things one can use CloudFactory for. Do you want to Digitize forms? Tag images? Transcribe audio? Categorize Stuff? To describe it simply, that’s what CloudFactory does: it has a virtual assembly line you can choose from.
On their About Us page, you will learn that CloudFactory’s purpose is to connect 1 million people in the developing world to basic computer work, while raising them as leaders to address poverty in their own communities.
CloudFactory also believes it is changing how the world works by giving everyone instant access to a virtual workforce billed by the minute. They also stress that they are working their butts off to create opportunities for the millions of people who have so much to offer to the world. And by the way another great reason to support CloudFactory is that they all live and work in beautiful Kathmandu, Nepal.