Partner, the startup behind business messenger Grap, has released a new version of its software and has signed an MOU with food distribution company Hyundai Greenfood.
Grap was initially launched in 2012 and has been through two funding rounds; from K-startup in 2016, and a combined investment from BonAngels and D.Camp earlier this year.
The platform offers most features you would expect in an office collaboration tool, and the latest version adds a calendar and the ability to store files. The messenger is primarily aimed at mobile devices but a web version is also available. Grap has a strong focus on security and privacy, and uses AES 256 encryption for all stored data.
“With the release of Grap 2.0, we’ve added another name to our list of clients in the food and distribution industry which includes Emart, Sinsegye and Starbucks,” said spokesperson Yu Minjae. “Through this, we’ve shown once more that we offer a cloud service that can be used and trusted by major companies.”