United States Steel Takes Track Software Live at Second Site, Mon Valley Works

Posted on Dec 09, 2015

HOUSTON, Texas (December 9, 2015) – Management Controls is pleased to announce that Track Software is now live at United States Steel’s Mon Valley Works operation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This is the second site to go live as a part of U.S. Steel’s enterprise partnership with Management Controls, Inc.

“The Mon Valley implementation was a great start for the U.S. Steel Enterprise. We standardized the majority of the Track approach for the overall company as well as many internal processes,” said Delanie Sloan Boase, project manager for Management Controls. “We look forward to a busy 2016 with USS as we set out to onboard the remaining 6 sites throughout the year.”

United States Steel is an integrated steel producer with major production operations in North America and Central Europe and an annual raw steelmaking capability of 24.4 million net tons. The company manufactures a wide range of value-added steel sheet and tubular products for the automotive, appliance, container, industrial machinery, construction, and oil and gas industries. The next U.S. Steel site to implement Track Software will be Great Lakes Works in Detroit, Michigan. This implementation will begin in early January.

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About Management Controls, Inc.

Management Controls, Inc. is the creator of Track Software and Forecaster, a software suite that drives success in heavy process industry maintenance projects by providing owners and contractors with accurate, up-to-the-minute progress information that is fundamental to better decision-making. Track, the leading contract cost management software, is used by about 87% of North American refining capacity and many large chemical manufacturers. Forecaster produces project-cost calculations that have proven to be more than 98% accurate. Founded in 1989, Management Controls is headquartered in Houston, Texas. Learn more at http://www.managementcontrols.com.