Seamless is an online food ordering service that lets users order takeout food from restaurants via their website or mobile app. Seamless's founders are Jason Finger and Paul Appelbaum. Seamless currently has more than 2 million members in the United States and London. Seamless offers individual ordering services to customers in major U.S. cities including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, Miami, Chicago and Los Angeles. Seamless merged with GrubHub on August 9, 2013, and the merged organization processes about 130,000 orders a day. SeamlessWeb is considered the fourth fastest-growing private company on the U.S. 500 list in 2004. In the Deloitte technology Fast 50 program in 2005, the company's revenue growth rate was the highest among New York state tech companies and was ranked by time magazine as one of the 50 coolest websites of 2006. One of the founders, Jason Finger, won the 2007 Ernst & Young entrepreneur of the year award for electronic services.