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I have used Project Tracka on a number of projects now and have found it very simple to use. takes very little effort to produce excellent daily log files
and reports which comes handy when trying to remember things.
The best part is you can enter information throughout the shift which gets me home quicker at the end of the day. Highly recommended!!
- Kevin Church, Mechanical Site Coordinator
Tracka helps me to monitor our projects without leaving the office. Our projects can be all over the country and I can get up to date information on hours worked, progress or any reported incidents straight away. It is a very valuable tool in managing our business.
We also use Tracka to complete our time and wage records, this saves us time in chasing up timesheets for payroll
- Grant Galway, Managing Director Galway Refractories
I have found Project Tracka software to be a very useful tool for documenting project activities, especially construction resource allocations and actual progress in the field.
The software not only enables site supervisors to record daily activities in detail, it is also has the capability to capture extensive project data very easily. Project Tracka is able to generate a broad range of useful reports.
In my experience the Project Tracka software is a valuable resource to help manage construction progress and it also provides detailed facts during claim negotiations that enables rapid resolution
- Andrew Spence, Project Manager at Bluescope Steel
I used Project Tracka on the Collector Main Replacement Project in 2010. I found it really easy to use. It certainly helped out when it come to
remembering who did what when and were. If I had the choice, I would use Tracka again tomorrow.
- Bruce McDonald, Crane and Logistics Coordinator at Bluescope Steel
Tracka saves me at least an hour a day and it records better, more detailed info.
I also used to keep a personal paper copy of the days progress, whereas now the daily progress ends up in a report for the benefit of anyone in the project team to see.