We said goodbye to HQ in February 2020 and haven’t looked back. We think being remote levels the playing field, and creates more time for the stuff that matters more than work.
We plant a tree for every new matter created in Logikcull. That’s a little forest every month.
Are you a "rambunctious lobster"? An "ambitious anaconda"? A "magic bat"? Then you'd love our Friday tradition, 3-Minute Animal, where we challenge each other to the best animal+random adjective doodle. But more to the point: you'd love the Logikcull team: a talented, hardworking, ridiculous and ridiculously funny group of individualists, innovators and contrarians.
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Andy and Sheng met at Virginia Tech in the late 90s. Sheng studied Computer Engineering. Andy studied Computer Science & Business. Both had big company jobs lined up after graduation...and then the dot-com bust happened. So overnight... poof! No more tech jobs. Randomly, both Andy and Sheng ended up working at a litigation support company in the early 2000s. Printing millions of emails for high-stakes, pay-anything litigation was not exactly what Sheng and Andy had in mind, but it paid the bills and gave them a big and somewhat obvious idea: what if all this data could be indexed, organized, and made searchable by anyone. This was the spark that inspired the mission of democratizing discovery and launching Logikcull. Today, Logikcull is used by tens of thousands of people across the globe. Over 100 billion pages of discovery data have been kept digital, not printed, because of Logikcull -- and over 50,000 trees have been planted because of Logikcull's 1 matter, 1 tree program.