A weekly roundup of L.A. tech company and product launches.

Cornerstone OnDemand: Santa Monica human resources company Cornerstone OnDemand has launched Cornerstone View and Cornerstone Planning. Cornerstone View visualizes data about employees and Cornerstone Planning provides data to help organizations create and execute hiring plans.

Reserve: Restaurant reservation app Reserve of New York has launched new software for L.A. restaurants. Reserve for Restaurants, a table management software program, can be used to track inventory and take bookings directly from a company’s website.

TigerText: Secure-messaging service TigerText of Santa Monica has launched a chat bot, called HealthBot. The bot can be embedded into a webpage or mobile app to help automate a range of tasks, such as scheduling appointments, inquiring about a drug’s side effects, or receiving reminders to take medication.

Surf Air: Santa Monica-based subscription airline has launched discounted test flights between several new cities. The test flights between Burbank and Oakland, as well as Hawthorne and San Carlos, cost $500 per round trip during the month of May.

Mobile Deluxe: Game-development company Mobile Deluxe of Santa Monica launched a social media feed called Currents. The feed can be inserted into apps and mobile games.

Technology reporter Garrett Reim can be reached at greim@labusinessjournal.com. Follow him on Twitter @garrettreim for the latest in L.A. tech news.

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