Trellon, an elite web development consulting firm specializing in Drupal and third party integration web solutions and Evoca, the innovator of Phone-to-Web content creation, hosting, and media management services announced a partnership to enable Drupal users to rapidly integrate Evoca’s innovative features into web properties developed by Trellon for customers in vertical markets including the media industry, cause marketing, education, and politics.
The Evoca-Drupal module provides seamless functionality for Drupal users who wish to deploy and manage Evoca Media Services, the flexible digital media platform offering an API (application programming interface) and integrated VoIP telephone services. Trellon has developed a solution based around webservices to rapidly deploy the Drupal services module and implement the solution. This week, Trellon and Evoca are demonstrating the functionality of the Evoca-Drupal module at Drupalcon 2008 in Boston, where Trellon is a gold sponsor. This sold-out technology conference is hosting over 800 attendees that develop and use Drupal, a highly popular social publishing system that blends web content management and social media capabilities supported by a thriving open source community. Drupal users include AOL, FastCompany, Warner Brothers Records, The New York Post, Amnesty International, SonyBMG, Harvard University and the Open Architecture Network.
“We are pleased to partner with Evoca to implement their innovative digital media solutions with Drupal as well as other popular web platforms”, remarked Samuel Wilson, Trellon’s Director of Operations. “While Trellon specializes in customizing Drupal, we have crafted the methods necessary to implement Evoca products with most of the web platforms being used online today.” Trellon is inviting both current and new clients to participate in the early adoption of modules that will bring new media features to their web properties and user engagement programs.
“Evoca welcomes the opportunity to collaborate with Trellon to integrate Evoca Media Services into the wide range of organizations that use Drupal to execute effective online communities and understand the impact of interesting new content on important site metrics – exactly where Evoca excels,” added Murem Sharpe, CEO and president of Evoca. “We look forward to on-going collaboration with Trellon as they facilitate the integration of Evoca’s services with additional web platforms to meet the strong market demand for user-generated content – the linchpin of successful social media sites.”
Trellon (trellon.com) is a web development consulting company specializing in the Internet and new media with a particular emphasis on Drupal and third party integration Founded in 2004, the company has delivered solutions to a variety of clients in the non-profit, political, NGO and commercial sectors. Client projects have ranged in size from small niche web communities to large scale national deployments integrated with third party solutions. Trellon’s development staff includes core Drupal programmers, module contributors and CiviCRM specialists who are all open source advocates. Additionally, Trellon’s business management team provides strategic consulting services surrounding internet strategy, implementation and deployment.
Evoca (evoca.com) delivers software-as-a-service to enable people and organizations to create, organize, and share fresh, compelling audio content online with extraordinary ease of use Using any telephone or Skype™, it provides phone-to-Web recording and online distribution requiring no software download or installation. Evoca’s in-browser Flash recorder, EvocaMic™, adds the convenience of recording online with any computer mic. With its easy-to-deploy, highly scalable Evoca Media Services commercial platform, organizations of any size can easily integrate Evoca audio web services into their websites, marketing programs, and customer-facing operations using Evoca’s flexible API (application programming interface) and VoIP telephony services available with local and toll-free phone lines in over 45 countries.