Track v6.3 Released to Management Controls (MCi) SaaS Customers
Posted on Sep 13, 2016
Enhanced user experience plus new BI tools provide greater efficiency and visibility across the enterprise
HOUSTON, TX. — Sept. 13, 2016 — MANAGEMENT CONTROLS, INC. (MCi), the widely used contract cost control and turnaround cost forecasting solution, today announced the release of Track v6.3 for its Microsoft Azure clients. This release brings many customer requested features to Track including robust Business Intelligence (BI) tools, ad-hoc reporting capabilities and enhanced look and feel.
“Track Software® v6.3 is a testament to our longstanding commitment to listening to customers. Our customers look to us for gains in efficiency, productivity and disciplined cost management,” said Bob Harrell, Founder and CEO of Management Controls, Inc. “With this release, Management Controls extends usability to field personnel using tablets and iPads at the workface. Decision making is improved by the BI and dashboard using cool new graphics.”
Management Controls solutions transform the working relationship between owners and contractors with accuracy, visibility, cost controls and better, faster project information. Track v6.3 is designed for the growing needs of industry for easy to use and accurate cost control across the entire contract cost management value chain.
About Management Controls, Inc.
Management Controls, Inc. is the creator of Track Software, Forecaster, ERP integration and RF/ID attendance monitoring. Our software drives on-time/on-budget performance in asset intensive industry maintenance and projects. We provide owners and contractors with accurate, up-to-the-minute progress information fundamental to improved decision-making. Track is the market leading solution for owners and contractors seeking greater cost control, transparency and contract compliance. For two decades refineries, chemical plants and others have used Track to manage their contract service costs and performance. Our other clients include metals & mining, pulp & paper and power generation companies. Learn more at http://www.managementcontrols.com