Al, I down loaded your software and understand it is a free trial. From 1-150 items in calibration. I am sure we will get past the 150 items quickly. My question is when we buy a single access networkable version of your software will the existing data transfer on to the networkable softwa...

Scott Kelsey
Enigma Diagnostics
Oct 11, 2010

TrackPro Calibration & Maintenance

TrackPro is a software solution that allows you to track and manage the status of recurrent activities such as calibrations, maintenance, and reminders. Tracking and controlling these activities will assist you in meeting the strict needs of today's highly regulated environment. TrackPro helps you meet the requirements of the QSR, cGMP, ISO 9000, QS 9000, ISO 13485, etc.

Features

  • Free for small companies
  • Integrated report designer
  • 31 integral report and label formats
  • Multilingual interface: Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish
  • Single-user version fully compatible with Windows 2K, XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 8.1 and Win 10
  • Multiuser version can be served from Microsoft Servers, 2K, 2003, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012 R1, 2012 R2 and 2016
  • Audit trail capability
  • Dynamically created lookup lists that make the creation of each new item faster than the last
  • Automated email notification of custodians regarding items that are due for action
  • Every field can be renamed to your liking. Numerous extra fields are provided for custom use.
  • Password protected with 3-tier user access
  • Fast searching using 'SuperFind'
  • Automatic calculation of due dates
  • Equipment location tracking
  • Print calibration labels
  • Export data in MS Word, Text, CSV or PDF format
  • Context sensitive help file, just press F1
  • Easy and consistent creation of item master records through the use of a step by step wizard
  • Automated data backup

A careful analysis of the process of observation in atomic physics has shown that the subatomic particles have no meaning as isolated entities, but can only be understood as interconnections between the preparation of an experiment and the subsequent measurement. - Erwin Schrödinger