Go Paperless, and Calgary’s eSchedule Will Plants Trees for You

Posted by Lloyed Lobo

With the growing popularity of hand-held devices, Calgary’s eSchedule is on a mission to completely eliminate paper-based schedules by providing multiple options for people to check and manage their schedules online. They recently celebrated Earth Day by announcing a new program in partnership with Tree Canada where each customer will have one tree planted annually for every print-free schedule managed online.

“Tree Canada has planted and is caring for over 77 million trees,” said Cale White, VP of Sales, eSchedule. “We’re already managing millions of scheduling changes online, so this initiative fits right in with our core values.”

Trees make communities livable for people – they add beauty and create an environment beneficial to our mental health, replenish the atmosphere with oxygen, fight the greenhouse effect, conserve water and save energy. However, the amount of trees Canada has lost over the past decade due to various reasons constitutes a serious problem for our ecosystem, so it is great to see tech startups incorporating green initiatives into their day-to-day business to support the environment.

Company:
eSchedule Inc.
Website:
http://www.eschedule.ca
Location:
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

eSchedule is online employee scheduling software with easy to use tools for sharing your schedules. On Time Online "Drop The Pen, Put Down The Phone" Web-based, with NO installation eSchedules are always up-to-date Instantly respond to business changes Optimized templates for YOUR business more


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Lloyed Lobo

Lloyed Lobo

Lloyed Lobo is a startup evangelist and community leader – he is a Global Facilitator at Startup Weekend, Instructor at Startup Weekend Next, Board Member at Startup Calgary, and Startup Columnist at Calgary Herald. He is also Partner at Boast Capital, a financial advisory firm with offices in Calgary, Vancouver and Silicon Valley specializing in R&D Tax Credits, and a Partner at Plug and... more




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