Color Eight LLC is launching a crowd funding campaign to raise funds to expand the growth of Q!, a new mobile question and answer application and productivity tool. Q! allows users to cut through social networking clutter to ask questions and receive targeted answers from their trusted networks. The Kickstarter campaign will allow new features and usability to be added to the existing platform including a new user interface, additional social and expert networks and a few bonus targets to be announced during the campaign.
“Q! is a new entrant into the social search market with very focused goals. If we have one overriding mission it’s to empower users in the search process. We want to place knowledge and answers at their fingertips, says Eugene Borukhovich, one of the co-founders of Color Eight LLC;” Since Q! already taps into the wisdom and knowledge base of the crowd, we wanted to make sure that the same loyal crowd is part of our core community driving new features and usability. Our big differentiator is the underlying knowledge platform that will grow and evolve along with the crowdfunding campaign.” In keeping with the playful ethos of the company, whose slogan is “Stay Qurious,” there will be a range of rewards and thank you gifts created exclusively for the Kickstarter campaign.
The Kickstarter campaign runs from March 28th, 2014 at 10AM EST through April 25th, 2014 at 10AM EST.
Q! is the first launch of New York City based Color Eight LLC founded by serial entrepreneurs Eugene Borukhovich and Daniel Kogan.
Q! is available for download from the Apple App store and Google Play and TK accessible at http://www.questiongr.am Twitter feed (@questiongram),
About Color Eight: Color Eight, LLC is the parent company behind Q! and the collective brainchild of two successful serial entrepreneurs Daniel Kogan, Chief Technology Officer and Eugene Borukhovich, Chief Questioning Officer. Kogan has developed enterprise-class software for the financial, software and retail industries and founded two successful companies – Information Laboratory, acquired by IBM in 2003 and HealthWorldWeb, acquired by Health Grades in 2010. Borukhovich previously served as a Vice President & Chief Information Officer, International at a Fortune 15 Pharmacy Benefit Management Company. He was also the co-founder of HealthWorldWeb which was sold to Health Grades in 2010.
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