LiquidPlanner, Inc. is an online project management software company based in Seattle. The firm was founded in 2006 and launched their first release to a public beta in 2008. LiquidPlanner is a platform-independent, online project management system which features ranged estimates (e.g. 3–5 days) to express the uncertainty in project schedules.[not in citation given] This collaborative software is accessible via modern web browsers and mobile applications for iPhone, iPad, and Android operating system-based devices.[user-generated source] LiquidPlanner was founded by Charles Seybold and Jason Carlson, both former senior managers of Expedia. The Seattle-based company employs alumni of Microsoft, Expedia, Google, and Intel.[not in citation given] LiquidPlanner launched a public beta at the DEMO 08 conference. The Alliance of Angels named LiquidPlanner as a “Company of the Year” in May 2011. LiquidPlanner also received the “Innovation Award” from Info-Tech Research Group in 2011 and 2012.[non-primary source needed] The company counts more than 1,500 teams across 50 countries as customers from a range of industries including professional service firms, financial services, manufacturing, retail, healthcare, government and education, and telecommunications.