Trigon Road gives you complete access to your data – from anywhere, at any time, on any device.
At its heart Forté is a powerful, full-featured human resources information system. Forté tracks employee information like date of hire, pay rates, department and work location. It can give you complete contact information, EEO data and emergency contacts. Forté records benefit program participation and beneficiary information. And Forté lets you schedule and complete employee evaluations on-line.
But Forté does much more than that. We also offer on-line leave tracking and e-mail based requests and approval. You can administer training and other funds program in the same way. Want more? OK – how about a complete worksite database and department database. Forté is especially useful for organizations with multiple locations. Because it is a web-based system, your employees can access Forté from anywhere. And because approvals, evaluations and reports are routed via e-mail, everyone always has access to the most current information.
Forté also does time and project management. Your managers can set up projects and tasks and assign them to employees who enter time worked. Now managers can see where their staff resources are being spent with a single mouse click. The time card application can be set with default values and customized for your organization.
For more information, visit us at http://trigonroad.com/forte.
You’re a music educator. You’re responsible for managing all of your schools performing ensembles. You’ve got spreadsheets, databases, paper lists, letters, whiteboard diagrams and that napkin from lunch last week all with data on them that is important to running your music program. How do you manage all that data? How do you get parts and forms out to the people who need them? How do you manage inventory? How do you create an events calendar that everyone can access? What do you do with volunteer information? How about donor information? What about student financial obligations and receipts? And how are you going to efficiently communication with all these students, parents, staff, boosters and volunteers?
There’s one answer for all those questions – BandData. BandData is the powerful, affordable and intuitive application that solves your information and communication problems.
For more information, visit us at http://banddata.net.
Emma – Event Management
How do you manage hundreds of events spread across the country with close to a thousand participating performing ensembles and coordinate 650 staff for those events? Why you call upon Emma of course! Emma is our world class events management software. With Emma, you manage information about events – including fees, contact people, performers, scheduling, staffing, tickets and promotions, volunteers and associated images and documents. You track information about the performing ensembles at those events – contact information, classifications, financial obligations and payments, contact people, program notes, logos and pictures. You manage your volunteers for those events and you communicate with everyone involved by mass e-mail or mass text messages. And to keep everything organized, you rely on lots and lots of built in reports.
Emma – it’s the way to manage events!
For more information about how Emma can help you manage your events and performers, contact us at email@example.com.
Working with corps both large and small in the design and creation of CorpsData has helped us produce an application that will allow you to run your Drum and Bugle Corps more efficiently, more effectively and less expensively. With CorpsData you can e-mail parts out to sections, track who has turned in forms, give members an on-line, real-time accounting of their financial obligations, send mass e-mails out to alumni and boosters and much, much more.
CorpsData is built around one central database. This database not only contains all the information about your members that you need, it’s also where you store information about staff, alumni, employees, board members, committee members, volunteers, boosters, donors, media contacts, parents and anyone else you want to put in there. And because all of these people can log into CorpsData (if you let them) they can maintain their own information. Our subscribing Corps send out broadcast e-mails (through CorpsData) to current members and alumni and asked them to fill-in and update their contact information and (for alumni) their Corps history. Think of that – no more data entry!
For more information, visit us at http://corpsdata.net.
Point of Contact
Point of Contact is the information system designed by and for legislative advocacy professionals. It serves both as a conventional legislative information system, offering information about legislators and their staffs, bill histories, sponsorships and voting information, committee memberships, an activist database and more as well as being a contact management system, allowing you to record and manage all of your interactions with legislators.
You can capture face-to-face meetings, letters, e-mails, faxes, telephone conversations, contributions, recommendations and anything else you can think of. And then you can categorize these Contacts by Issue, by Bill, by Staff Person and by who was contacted. So you can get a complete picture of your activities.
For more information, visit us at http://trigonroad.com/poc.
Do you have information important to your organization or business in a database or on a spreadsheet where you can’t access it whenever you need to, from wherever you need to, on any device? Sounds like you need a custom web application from Trigon Road.
We build data-driven web applications. We take your data and make it accessible in an easy to use, highly secure (if you want it secured), high performing system that you can access from your computer, your iPad or your smart phone.
We have built add-ons to some of our subscription applications for customers and we have built applications with content management from the ground up. Some of our projects include the Early Hearing Detection and Intervention website (www.improveehdi.org) and the Medical Home Toolkit (http://www.wimedicalhometoolkit.aap.org/toolkit).
Let’s talk about what Trigon Road can do for you. Give us a call at 608.256.9980 or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 1, 2012 – BandData, our data management and communications application for elementary, middle, high school and college music programs is now available.
Working with schools both large and small in the design and creation of BandData has helped us produce an application that will allow you to manage your school’s music programs more efficiently, more effectively and less expensively. With BandData you can e-mail parts out to sections, track who has turned in forms, give students an on-line, real-time accounting of their financial obligations, send mass e-mails out to alumni, boosters and volunteers and much, much more.
CorpsData goes over 75,000 user profiles
August 15, 2012 – CorpsData just passed 75,000 user profiles on the system. Currently seventy-one competitive drum and bugle corps, alumni corps, winter guards and indoor drum lines are using our data management and communications system to better manage their performing ensembles.
Since we launched CorpsData in 2007, the number of people using the system has increased exponentially.
Emma tracks volunteers
March 6, 2012 – Emma, our event management web application, now allows you to categorize volunteers by the activities they are qualified to do. Ticket taker, food services, guest relations; you categorize your volunteers and then run our new report to find all volunteers with a specific activity attribute who live within a specified distance of your events. Need to find an announcer who lives within 25 miles of your event? Emma can do that!
For more information about Emma, contact Trigon Road at email@example.com.
New financial obligations report in CorpsData
February 28, 2012 – CorpsData subscribers have a new tool to use as we have added a report to list member financial obligations by obligation. Now you can easily see how much has been invoiced for 2012 tour fees, how much has been collected, outstanding balances and detail on each member. One click information, another way CorpsData makes it managing your drum and bugle corps easier.
Forte gets a facelift
November 21, 2011 – Forte, our Human Resources Information System is being re-launched this morning with a new look and feel. Unlike with Joan Rivers, this facelift is not just cosmetic. Our goal is to make Forte even more usable by opening up the work area in the different modules and making information easier to find and view.
Intuitive is what we were going for with this redesign and we think we got it. Users can log into Forte and start using this powerful system with no training. That ease of use, combined with the powerful functionality of our HRIS, makes Forte a great choice to get your time and attendance data under control.
The Glassmen join CorpsData
November 16, 2011 – Sixteen time DCI finalists the Glassmen from Toledo Ohio are the latest corps to subscribe to CorpsData. The Glassmen join seventy-one other competitive drum and bugle corps, alumni corps, winter guards and indoor drum lines in using our data management and communications system to better manage their performing ensemble.
CorpsData has been providing drum corps with secure, web-based tools to manage their data since 2006. Our Communications module allows mass e-mailing and texting to all people associated with a corps or by section, position, staff, volunteers, donors and more. Trigon Road is very happy to welcome the Glassmen to CorpsData.
Trigon Road LLC was formed in 2003 to provide clients with web-based, intuitive and inexpensive information management systems.
We sell web-based, data-driven applications on a subscription basis. Because all your data is hosted by us, you never have to worry about expensive computer hardware, backup systems, uninterruptible power supplies, software licenses or server outages. Your one low yearly subscription fee covers all that and also unlimited support and training.
We often get asked where the name Trigon Road came from. Trigon Road is actually a short street in southwest London, just south of the Thames by the Kennington Oval Underground station. Our founder’s grandmother grew up on that street in London and throughout her long life told many stories of the large, boisterous family gatherings at the house. We hope some of that postive Trigon Road karma stays with our company and our clients.