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Trumio enables University teams and Clients to set up and execute projects assisted with AI.

Free for students to use

Client list and set payments for projects

Payments are generally based on milestone completion

Work deliverables are accessed and stored in a secure environment

AI is incorporated across various aspects to create, deliver and speed up work

Trumio Platform



Full marketplace capabilities from listing, matching, awarding, & paying for projects



Integrated chat and project management to keep everyone connected and on track



Access to smart AI and productivity tools to augment team skills as needed



Verified proof of project work completed, reviews and ratings to grow resume and reputation


Yes. The Trumio platform is completely free for students to use. This includes all project related resources including collaboration, software access, and project management capabilities.

All usage of Trumio by any user is bound by the Terms of Use agreed to when registering with the platform. All project contracts are signed between Clients and individual students who are part of the team whose bid is selected for the project.

Trumio has started its engagement with top universities to onboard them to participate in industry sponsored projects. These projects will involve academic or senior research staff as team leads. However, we will continue to allow clients to work with teams of students directly.

Trumio collects milestone payments from clients before work begins and holds them independently while these are being worked on. These funds are distributed to students immediately after Clients approve the work for a milestone. Applicable Trumio fees are also paid at the same time, and not earlier.

Clients have the opportunity to review detailed bids with milestone based delivery plans. Payments for each milestone are released only on Client approval indicating they are satisfied with the work done.

Trumio will offer mechanisms for dispute resolution, while securely holding all deliverables, contracts, and communication as a platform.

Yes. But we recommend working in teams to enrich your learning through collaboration, delivering meaningful outcomes, and growing your network.

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