IBM Charged US Govt $1.4 Million For An App; Indian Techie Recreates It In 4 Minutes!

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An Indian techie nailed it after he re-created an app in just 4 minutes for which IBM charged $ 1.4 million.

Here’s what happened

So, the US Government’s airport security agency asked IBM to create an app which would help them manage the passengers by randomly directing the people in queues left or right.

To create this, IBM charged $ 1.4 million.

Then Ex-IBM employee, 27 year old Sandesh Suvarna decided to do it all by himself and developed the app in 4 minutes both for Android and iOS! He is currently on his third startup Thappad which is a content aggregator for regional people.

How in 4 minutes?

Watch it it right here!

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