April Fools — you either love it or you hate it.
kCura is introducing a new product to their users. They've leveraged Relativity’s platform capabilities to build Relativity Match Maker—the first dating app integrated directly into e-discovery software.
Grubhub Launches Grüber, The Super-Duper Revolutionary New Ride-Sharing Product
Grubhub announced a new product extension that will make it easier for millions of people nationwide to catch a ride. The new offering, called Grüber, marks a new era in ride-sharing, olfactory delight, efficiency and transportation magic. It will allow people who love both the smell of food and new cars, and the delight of a car showing up the moment they need transportation, to hitch a ride with Grubhub's restaurant delivery drivers. [Read the full press release here]
Local startup community Catapult announced the release of its new CoWorkerator program, the aptly named AllJoyHereNowAndCoffeeFuture! They are calling it AJHNACF! for short. (Pronounced ah-june-ack-fuh.)
When asked for her opinion on the new AJHNACF! initiative, Michelle Soble, Marketing Director at Catapult, just shouted, "yolo!" and then hung up the phone. [Read all the details here]
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