CalConnect welcomes Thunderbird, developer of the Thunderbird mail and calendar client. The Thunderbird project is now operating from MZLA Technologies Corporation in Mountain View, California, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Mozilla Foundation: https://blog.thunderbird.net/2020/01/thunderbirds-new-home/
CalConnect welcomes DHL Express as a member of the Consortium. DHL Express, headquartered in Singapore, offers international express deliveries; global freight forwarding by air, sea, road and rail; warehousing solutions; mail deliveries worldwide; and other customized logistic services. DHL Express was a member of CalConnect from 2012 through 2015, and we are pleased to welcome them back.
FastMail joined CalConnect three years ago to become involved with and to help shape and improve Calendaring. They have been consistently active and one of our most involved members, and are having a significant effect on the direction and content of specifications and standards.
Recently, they posted this article on their news site, and have given us permission to link to it: https://blog.fastmail.com/2017/12/04/calconnect/
CalConnect welcomes Oath LLC as a member of the Consortium. Oath, based in New York City, is a Verizon company formed from AOL and several other companies. AOL is now a brand of Oath, which will be the CalConnect member going forward.
How did Cronofy start?
What problem are you solving?
With main base in Malmö, South Sweden we started for almost 2 years ago on a mission to fix the broken experience of getting through the day using your mobile.
CalConnect welcomes MedRed LLC as a member of the Calendaring and Scheduling Consortium. MedRed, based in Washington, DC, makes innovative, high quality informatics software for healthcare providers and patients.
MedRed led the winning proposal for the Veterans Administration Scheduling System Challenge, and was the primary presenter at the VA Scheduling System Challenge Workshop held at CalConnect XXX in May at AOL in Dulles, Virginia.
CalConnect welcomes Miltio.io as a member of the Calendaring and Scheduling Consortium. Milton.io, based in Red Beach, New Zealand, offers server protocol software for java, catering for WebDAV, CalDAV and CardDAV.