Posted on May 10, 2011

HOUSTON (May 10, 2011) – Track Software, the leading platform for contractor cost management, is hosting its annual User Conference this week in Houston, on May 11th and 12th

The conference represents more than 60 Track platform users from the nation’s top-tier refineries and chemical plants, including BP, Shell, LyondellBasell, Valero, Sunoco, ExxonMobil and more.

The conference program includes two days of speaker presentations that will focus on identifying solutions for better management of maintenance and capital projects with today’s growing contract labor workforce.  The conference also features a customer panel moderated by HART Publishing, addressing operational challenges facing North American manufacturers and refiners. 

Speaker tracks include:

  • Best Practices in Contractor Management with Track Software (Shell)
  • Case Study: ExxonMobil’s Multi-Site North American Track Rollout
  • Trends within the Petrochemical Industry (Accenture)

Additional conference topics include:  

  • Contracting Trends in the Process Industry  
  • Procure-to-Pay Strategies   
  • Case Studies on Adoption of Contractor Spend Software
  • Plans for Track v6.2 and Beyond 

 “Our customer roster has always been one of our biggest sources of pride as well as one of our greatest resources,” said Bob Harrell, CEO and Founder of Track Software. “We’re excited to bring our customers together and hear their feedback from the front lines, and let them share their experiences, successes and lessons learned using our tools.”


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.