Business Insider is reporting that a small startup has created a personal assistants app for the elite that lets them work with a wide range of clients.

The company, known only as “Livi,” uses a proprietary technology called “Couchbase” to let people chat with one another using an app called “Mog,” which they can then use to make calls or send emails.

The service was created in partnership with the tech giant Slack, and will reportedly launch in the next two weeks.

The team behind Livi say it’s “a service that will give you the best chance to be a successful, happy, and profitable personal assistant.”

The app, which will be available for free, lets you create personal assistants with your contacts and make calls using Skype or Google Voice.

The app is available for $14.99 per month, or $14,500 per year.

The creators say that Livi is the first personal assistant app to use the “Coupled with Slack” tech that lets you “push notifications to your contacts in a real-time, interactive way.”

The Livi team also says it wants to bring “a new type of personal assistant to every room.”

The team says it is working on more features, including a “personal assistant platform” and a “real-time chat room.”

It also says the app will be “a free service” for all, so people can keep making payments and pay-it-forward by donating.

“We’re excited to be able to make this app available to the masses, and to be helping our valued members of the tech industry succeed,” Livi co-founder and CEO, John Stoll, told Business Insider.

The founders of Livi told Business Insiders that the app is not just an app.

“It’s a platform that you can use to communicate with and connect with other people, including business people, professional people, and anyone who wants to chat with their own personal assistant,” the team said.

“There are plenty of ways to communicate on social media, but what we’ve decided to focus on is getting people to interact in real time with each other and collaborate.”

They added that they’re “working to build the platform to work with multiple platforms” to make it easier to “make it easy for anyone to create and connect their own apps, which we hope will be a game changer for all.”

The company is also looking to hire more developers for the app, but it’s unclear how many will be paid.

Livi has received investment from companies like Andreessen Horowitz, Greylock Partners, and Y Combinator, among others.

The startup has also received $100,000 from the Thiel Fellowship.

The launch comes a week after the startup launched an “interview-focused service” called “Liva” that lets people ask questions of others in the company’s Slack chat room.

It’s not clear how much of an impact Livi’s app will have on the tech market, though it will be more useful for the “millennials” that the company is targeting.

The firm is hoping to have 100 million users by the end of 2019, according to its website.

The apps development team is also working on a “trending” chat platform called “Skype for People,” which is a collaboration tool that lets users connect with one other person through Skype.

The developers of the Livi app say that they want to be part of the conversation around social and collaborative technologies.

“Lovi is not a company that’s trying to be the next Facebook or WhatsApp,” Stoll said.

“[It’s] trying to solve real problems that people face in everyday life.”