Trumba in the News

e-Discovery Events Website eDiscoveryCalendar.com Launches

“It's now easy to find ediscovery events and webinars that interest you. Search by event type, location and CLE credits to make finding exactly what you need a snap. Subscribe to and save events directly to your calendar. No more looking at dozens of websites or relying on word of mouth.”

PR Web, January 31, 2011


Trumba Offers Custom Objects to Calendars

“Trumba, the shared calendar and events communications software company has added the ability for users to attach "custom objects" to their Web calendars and other websites. These "objects" are in essence tables that unfold graphically, keyed to links, or can stand on their own as pages.”

Read/Write Web, Curt Hopkins, April 1, 2010


Oregon Public Broadcasting Selects Trumba to Publish and Promote Community Events

“Trumba Corporation, a developer of innovative online calendaring solutions, announced today that Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) has selected Trumba Connect to power its online OPB Community Calendar. OPB is a not-for-profit, private, locally owned public broadcast network with Television, Radio and Internet services that reach 1.5 million people every week across the state of Oregon and southwest Washington.”

The Open Press, July 11, 2007


Oregon Public Broadcasting Selects Trumba to Publish and Promote Community Events

“Trumba Corporation, a developer of innovative online calendaring solutions, announced today that Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) has selected Trumba Connect to power its online OPB Community Calendar. OPB is a not-for-profit, private, locally owned public broadcast network with Television, Radio and Internet services that reach 1.5 million people every week across the state of Oregon and southwest Washington.”

Broadcast Newsroom, July 11, 2007


Oregon Public Broadcasting Selects Online Solution From Trumba to Publish and Promote Local Community Events

“Trumba Corporation, a developer of innovative online calendaring solutions, announced today that Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) has selected Trumba(R) Connect to power its online OPB Community Calendar. OPB is a not-for-profit, private, locally owned public broadcast network with Television, Radio and Internet services that reach 1.5 million people every week across the state of Oregon and southwest Washington.”

Digital50.com, July 10, 2007


Oregon Public Broadcasting Selects Online Solution From Trumba to Publish and Promote Local Community Events

“Trumba Corporation, a developer of innovative online calendaring solutions, announced today that Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) has selected Trumba Connect to power its online OPB Community Calendar.”

ClickPress, July 10, 2007


Tuesday roundup: TripHub's Orbitz deal, Trumba's new win, a lawsuit from InfoSpace, etc.

“And speaking of Seattle companies inking deals in the radio and TV industries, online calendar provider Trumba announced Oregon Public Broadcasting as its latest media customer today. The community calendar will allow OPB's 1.5 million weekly viewers and listeners to access a community calendar with events listed in 16 different categories. Trumba, which is backed by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, August Capital and Oak Investment Partners, recently has inked deals with Wired News and King 5.”

seattlepi.com, July 10, 2007


Snippets...

“...Seattle online calendar provider Trumba announced Oregon Public Broadcasting on Tuesday as its latest media customer. The deal will allow OPB's 1.5 million weekly viewers and listeners to access a community calendar with events listed in 16 categories....”

seattlepi.com, July 10, 2007


Trumba Adds Oregon Public Broadcasting

“Seattle-based Trumba Corp., a developer of Internet-based calendaring software, reported today that Oregon Public Broadcasting has chosen Trumba Connect to power its online community calendar. Financial terms of the customer win were not disclosed. Oregon Public Broadcasting is a privately owned, not-for-profit public broadcast network with television, radio and Internet services that reach 1.5 million people across Oregon and southwest Washington each week. Trumba is a developer of Internet-based calendar software.”

Northwest Innovation, July 10, 2007


Trumba Selects Possibilities Amplified to Expand Reach in Newspaper Market

“Trumba Corporation, a developer of innovative online calendaring solutions, announced today that it has selected Possibilities Amplified, Inc. to help expand its reach into the newspaper market. Trumba has already successfully deployed its Trumba(R) Connect online calendaring solution at several newspapers sites including The New York Times, The Seattle Times and Ottaway Newspapers, the Local Media Group of Dow Jones & Company that operates several community newspapers throughout the United States.”

Sys-Con Media, July 3, 2007


Seattle's KING 5 Selects Trumba to Power its Online Home Team Summer Calendar

“Trumba Corporation, a developer of innovative online calendaring solutions, announced today that KING 5, Seattle/Tacoma's NBC affiliate and number one television station, has selected Trumba Connect to power its online Home Team summer calendar. Trumba Connect helps organizations increase event awareness and attendance and better connects them with their audiences through a comprehensive suite of tools that includes a hosted, interactive Web calendar, email, and reporting services.”

tickertech.com, June 20, 2007


Case Study: Taylor University Finds Increased Event Awareness with New Calendaring Program

“Sometimes, the simplest tools can be the most valuable when promoting campus events. This is the lesson learned by Taylor University when it recently upgraded its calendaring system to Trumba Connect. In the process, it found that the right calendar can get the information about upcoming campus events into the right hands, increasing awareness and decreasing the amount of searching that members of the campus community need to do to stay up to date.”

Campus Events Professional, May, 2007


Mark Your Online Calendar: Some IHE's are using calendaring software to strengthen the bond with students

“Now that more are discovering online calendars, a new group of vendors is addressing other needs. Just this year Trumba introduced a "spud" in its software that lets a web manager turn a static list of events into a dynamic one. A student visiting a university's website can not only read about an upcoming concert in the quad, but can also click on the text and opt to add the event to a separate online calendar. The idea behind the new technology is to encourage a student to add an event to an online calendar. Those who add an event to a calendar are more likely to attend, so thinks the executive team at Trumba. 'The mission of a university is to offer a lot of events,' says Trumba CEO Jeremy Jaech. 'They convene people to talk about things.' ”

University Business, May, 2007


Kansas State Deploys Online Event System

“College of Technology and Aviation at Kansas State University's Salina campus has adopted Trumba Connect for its online event management. Trumba Connect provides online calendar functions that are designed to increase event awareness and attendance and better connect the university with students, faculty, staff, and alumni through a suite of tools such as a hosted, interactive Web calendar; e-mail; and reporting services. It also provides RSS feeds, reminders via text messaging and email, and seamless integration into Taylor's website to maintain the university's brand look and feel.”

Campus Technology, May 16, 2007


Kansas State University at Salina Selects Trumba to Power Its Online Event Calendar

“Trumba Corporation, a developer of innovative online calendaring solutions, announced today that Kansas State University at Salina has selected Trumba(R) Connect to power its online event calendar. Trumba Connect is an online event calendaring solution that helps organizations increase event awareness and attendance and better connects them with their audiences through a comprehensive suite of tools that includes a hosted, interactive web calendar, email, and reporting services.”

EARTHtimes.org, May 14, 2007


Communications Upgrade: Interactive Meeting Calendar

Stamper is hoping to bring efficiencies to the system when it launches a Web calendar tool this month created by Trumba Corp., Seattle. The technology has been adopted by a number of universities, convention bureaus, and newspapers since its first version launched a year and a half ago. With upgrades, the product is “moving upstream to regional and national organizations,” says CEO Jeremy Jaech. Among its high-profile clients is The New York Times, which signed on last November and now runs the NYTimes.com automotive and career event calendars on the Trumba platform.

“This calendar tool will help our divisions make better event-marketing plans, because our marketing leaders will be able to submit as well as view event plans from other divisions and gauge whether they have aligned interest in those events,” says Stamper, who predicts it will also help to reduce the chance of event-date conflicts and save her department time. After the marketing execs submit their information, “the events team simply has to review the information and then press a button to post it online,” she says.

MeetingsNet.com, Susan Hatch, February 1, 2007


Trumba Adds Local Customer

Seattle-based Trumba said today that it has added PRO Sports Club, a local sports club in the Seattle/Bellevue area, as a customer. PRO Sports will use the firm's online calendar to increase awareness of and attendance at its classes and events.

Northwest Innovations, January 29, 2007


Cotton Board Beefs up Communication Efforts

The Trumba Corp. develops event marketing technology that will enable visitors to the Cotton Board's Web site, www.cottonboard.org, to search for events, add them to their personal calendars, and send them to other organizations. It also will allow visitors to have reminders sent via e-mail, text messages or RSS feeds.

Memphis Daily News, January 23, 2007


NY Times Turns to Local Firms to Boost Newspaper Web Presence

“It gives us a lot of credibility,” said Trumba CEO Jeremy Jaech, a veteran of Microsoft Corp. and Visio. “Customers see the robustness of the solution.”

Trumba Corp., a Seattle startup, has begun powering online event calendars for the Times' Autos and Job Market sites. Bellevue-based Expedia Inc. operates a new travel booking engine on the Times' Travel site. And online readers can now post Times stories to a Seattle-based news-sharing site called Newsvine.

Puget Sound Business Journal, Eric Engleman, January 12, 2007


Trumba – Powers IFFS Film Festival Summit

As we head to IFFS we checked the press releases and found info about Trumba -- a firm we were not familiar with -- but should be....According to their press release, Seattle-based Trumba said today that the International Film Festival Summit (IFFS) will use the firm's services for its annual conference. IFFS will use Truma's Connect product to power an online event calendar for the summit, including scheduling for session tracks and personal calendars.

Hollywood 2020, December 2006


Power Up

“Trumba Calendar allows users to put an event calendar on their sites, including links to each event’s web page. The program supports iCal and RSS feeds, allowing participants to receive notification when content has changed.”

Meetings & Conventions, September 2006


Trumba: Interconnecting Online Events and Calendars

“Like other people, my first impression of Trumba was that it's a calendar app. However it's actually a complementary product to online calendars, because users store their events data onto the likes of Google Calendar or 30Boxes. It does this by interconnecting with existing calendar systems, which is why standards around calendaring are important to them (more on that below).”

“ I like how Trumba interconnects with existing calendaring systems - we're going to see a lot more of this type of interoperability between different Web systems in future, as support for standards (such as for calendars) improves.”

Read/Write Web, Richard McManus, October 27, 2006


Trumba Gets Win at New York Times

“Seattle, Washington-based Trumba said today that it has been selected by the New York Times to power the paper's online automotive and career event calendar. The firm, which operates an online calendaring service, said that the sections, on the NYTimes.com site, will allow users to find events, and add those events to their personal calendars.”

Northwest Innovation, November 13, 2006

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