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TRACK SOFTWARE LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

Posted on May 02, 2011

HOUSTON (May 2, 2011) – Track Software, the leading platform for contract labor spend management, launched today its new website, www.managementcontrols.com.    

The website was redesigned to encompass the full suite of tools the company is providing its customers, and also to bolster the company's rebranding effort from Management Controls to Track Software and support the company's growth and sales efforts. 

New website elements include a rich project database showcasing Track’s impact on the North American refining and petrochemical industry, library of customer testimonials, listing of upcoming industry events, and a blog designed to share Track executives' expertise and perspective on industry trends, news and more.

"I founded the company as Management Controls," said Bob Harrell, Founder and President of Track Software.   "But today our customers know us by our software platform's name, Track Software, and as we have established a footprint at nearly 70% of the nation’s refineries it makes sense to carry the name forward and streamline our message."

Harrell continued, "With more than 20 years of experience working with North America’s premier refineries, we're excited to share what we've learned using this new website, whether through case studies, articles or our blog."

 

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