TRACK SOFTWARE ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF TRACK 6.2
Posted on Aug 11, 2011
HOUSTON (August 11, 2011) – Track Software, the leading platform for labor cost management, announced today the launch of its Track 6.2 module.
The upgrade of the company's contractor cost management solution delivers new functionality requested by customers, with an emphasis on improved reporting and enhancements to work processes. The updated reporting module provides users new functionality to schedule reports for delivery by email and allows large amounts of data to be scheduled to execute outside of peak hours. These upgrades will help automate and speed the distribution of valuable, project-related data to key decision makers.
"Track was created to be a perfect fit with how our customers manage complex maintenance, turnaround and capital project costs," said Bob Harrell, CEO and Founder of Track Software. "Our latest release provides customers with a great opportunity to streamline their processes."
Examples of this streamlining include cost allocation imports, where contractors can now upload allocations from their ERP or project management systems. This process will reduce the time to manage the daily allocation process, thereby accelerating the critical daily settlement function.
Track 6.2 also features new home screen alert messages which provide users with alerts upon login, and can be customized by the user in Track's personal information screen. And new schedule and skill change requests allow Track administrators to control schedule and skill changes and approve them prior to the changes being made.
"One of the focuses of the annual Track User Group conference is to collect feedback from the user community," said Chris Gentry, Engineering Controller for INVISTA and president of Track's User Group. "6.2 is an excellent example of Track Software continuing to listen to what their users want and translating that into functionality in the software."
About Track Software
Founded in 1989, Track Software is the leader in contractor cost management software. The Track Software platform enhances the working relationship between plant owners and contractors, giving all parties more visibility into work processes, tighter project controls and significant financial returns. Track Software is deployed at nearly 70 percent of the nation’s top refineries and petrochemical plants, including Chevron, Shell, Valero, Tesoro and many others. www.managementcontrols.com