Oct. 14, 2009
-- Burlingame, CA - Qlubb (http://www.qlubb.com)
today announces that over 500 scouting organizations around the country are using its service to help organize troops' activities, events and to coordinate parent volunteers. With Qlubb's easy-to-use group collaboration capabilities, boy and girl scout groups are now able to easily create a web-presence, share sign-up sheets, plan events on a shared calendar, manage volunteers, share files and photos, and much more.
Many scout troops, having been frustrated by email back-and-forth, shared document versioning and personal nagging, are looking to improve their group's productivity and coordination by bringing their interaction online. "I am a Brownie Troop Leader and have used Qlubb to post all our meeting dates for the year and other outings” says Nora Sparrow, troop leader from Georgia. “Now I don’t have parents calling or emailing wanting to know when is the next meeting. Kids and parents tend to loose paper reminders and newsletter, so this is perfect. They just go to the site and all the info is there. It is awesome."
Beyond an email list, Qlubb focuses on providing event planning and task assignment functionality that facilitate the coordination of people and activities, all within a simple and intuitive interface. "I was thinking of signing up with Yahoogroups but Qlubb has so much more to offer. I use it for our service unit that includes several troops in our area. This allows us to be in touch as we plan events and spread the word quickly. One feature that stood out over Yahoo was the ability to assign tasks. I love it!" says Tracy Austin, troop leader from Texas.
“I like that it is a one stop place for all kinds of information, love the tasking and the invite. Qlubb is a great way to see what is being done, who is doing what. It is a wonderful website” says Raelynn Kelly, a Minnesota scout leader.
"As a former girl scout and the parent of a Daisy girl scout, I understand and appreciate the extraordinary efforts and leadership required of scout leaders and parents, to create rewarding experiences that benefit their children and their communities"
says Sophia Chiang, CEO of Qlubb. "It is so gratifying to see Qlubb being used by so many scouting groups to help coordinate and organize their activities."
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Designed by veteran room parents and community leaders, Qlubb is a Burlingame, CA-based provider of Web-based social collaboration solutions for real-life groups.
Whether it is a scouting group, playgroup, classroom parent group, sports team, family, club or hobby group, Qlubb helps most any group of people connect, share and get things done. Qlubb strengthens ties within the group while also helping groups increase participation, be better organized and be more efficient.
Qlubb is very easy-to-use and takes just a few seconds to start a fully-functioning site that includes a fully integrated private collaboration site, group email, shared calendar, signup sheets, automated reminders, photo sharing, public Web page and much more. Users are not required to register. The site only requires an email address and a password set by the Qlubb creator.
Qlubb is available for free at http://www.qlubb.com