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LaborHub Moving Labor Marketplace Revamps Information System.

Atlanta, GA, April 21, 2010 --( LaborHub, an Atlanta-based moving labor supplier to the moving public, started two years ago with a single desktop computer and a dream. British native Nick Weatherly and Georgia native Phil Randolph joined forces in 2008 when they met at an Ivy League social gathering. Weatherly, a computer programmer, and Randolph an MBA candidate, halted their higher learning ambitions for the pursuit of their business concept - LaborHub.

As volume began to rise astronomically, the partners began palm pressing with a few wealthy Japanese investor types - and Viola - LaborHub entered a whole new phase of growth. Once adequately funded, LaborHub's founders designed and implemented a whole new, and quite unique internal information system based on set of human-friendly search and sort algorithms that makes matching moving families to appropriately-skilled movers an extremely simplified process - infinitely easier than the founders' earlier approaches.

With all these renovations though, the founders kept their very static and unexciting web presence. There is very little flash content and bells and whistles on the laborhubmoving website. Randolph explains, "We just don't put a lot of stock in bogging down customers' computer memory with a lot of added content that takes away from our simplified approach to service in general. What goes on behind the curtain -so to speak- is the real element that counts in increasing customer satisfaction."


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LaborHub Moving Solutions USA

Sue Randolph

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