We often hear from interested investors that they want to get a second opinion from cleaning companies to find out whether AR-Check has a chance of success and is worth investing in.
A prominent example from the automotive industry aptly illustrates why cleaning companies and industry experts certainly misjudge the potential of AR-Check.
When Elon Musk, now one of the richest people in the world, founded his startup Tesla Motors Inc. in 2003, he solicited money from investors.
Due to a lack of expertise, most investors at the time inquired with car manufactureres about Tesla’s chances for success.
All of the leading automakers were hostile to Elon Musk’s plans to revolutionize the automotive market with electric cars, and some even made fun of it – all experts!
A momentous misjudgment by countless experts meant that most investors did not invest in Tesla´s early beginnings.
Some automakers took over 100 years to become market leaders, and Tesla is more valuable after just a few years than VW, Daimler, BMW, GM, Ford, Renault, Peugeot, Fiat, Hyundai, Honda and Nissan combined.
Tesla is so successful because Tesla is not a car company, but a software company that makes cars, just as AR-Check is not a cleaning company, but a software company that digitizes the cleaning industry!
Another reason why outsiders cannot realistically assess AR-Check is a lack of information. In order to secure our innovative edge, processes and procedures relevant to success that cannot be protected by patent law are subject to our strict secrecy.