ClickUp Buys Slapdash
April 26, 2022
bought Slapdash, the leading unified search and command bar platform.
With the integration of Slapdash, ClickUp will make it easier for
employees to harness company knowledge regardless of where it lives.
Due to the proliferation of specialized applications, collective
knowledge within an organization has become trapped across a multitude
of systems, siloed teams, and tenured workers. The result is a web of
chaos and inefficiency, where employees are challenged with finding the
information they need to do their jobs effectively. By making
information more accessible, time is saved and frustration is avoided,
leading to better work experiences.
"We realized how much time employees wasted as they struggled to access
the knowledge they needed to do their jobs," said Zeb Evans, ClickUp
Founder and CEO. "Slapdash will enable ClickUp users to not only search
across their apps but also provide them a command center to take action
on work quickly. Our core mission at ClickUp is to save people time by
making the world more productive, and we know we can accomplish this
mission faster if we join forces."
Slapdash's technology natively into ClickUp's unified platform will
empower users to find and take action on the information they need in
one central location. The superior speed of their underlying technology
returns highly relevant search results instantly, so users have the most
pertinent company knowledge available at their fingertips. Slapdash
already integrates with more than 40 popular business applications —
from Slack to Google Drive to Salesforce and beyond — giving users more
control with custom commands and highly contextual search results in
"Slapdash was created to bring all your apps together in one place to
give you new superpowers. We're excited to join ClickUp and work
together to unify work, making it more fun and productive," said Ivan
Kanevski, Slapdash Co-founder and CEO. "We're thrilled to join a
like-minded organization that will continue to drive forward our shared
mission of saving people time.