(Photo by Twitter user @mitchellstewart)
The product, according to the company’s website, is a Google Chrome extension that aims to organize your team’s institutional knowledge (think: product feature descriptions, onboarding materials for new hires, etc.). Nucci declined to elaborate, saying he wants to continue developing the product before speaking to the press.
One of its early users is coworking space Walnut St. Labs.
@Guru_HQ Really diggin' the new 'suggestions' functionality for our email content! Love this Chrome extension.
— Walnut St. Labs (@walnutstlabs) September 5, 2014
Guru will use a freemium pricing model, according to its website.
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Nucci built his team with several former Boomi/Dell staffers (Boomi is the company Nucci sold to Dell in 2010), including developer Peter Michel, biz dev staffers Diane Stern Ruth and JJ Ferroni, and Guru cofounder Mitchell Stewart.
Other Guru staffers include Dustin Kemper, who used to work at Artisan Mobile (led by former Boomi CEO Bob Moul), and Christopher Sciolla, who cofounded a Moorestown, N.J.-based startup called Towni Logistics.
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