Project Execution Just Got Easier: ProjectTrack 2010 Released

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After nearly four years on the market, ILore’s latest release of ProjectTrack is faster and more versatile than ever. Specifically designed for successful execution of any sized project, the company focuses on user feedback for subsequent development and this time they have hit the mark. ProjectTrack goes beyond Microsoft Project to facilitate getting the job done.

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Today iLore announces the release of ProjectTrack 2010, the anticipated version of its project management software. ProjectTrack was developed by project managers who wanted a no-nonsense software tool that would put the key elements of project execution at their fingertips. This collaborative endeavor reflects the feedback of users around the world. ProjectTrack has provoked the admiration of users who consider it a relatively unknown gem in the software industry.

“We have always been driven by the utility value of what we design. ProjectTrack is unique in the market and grew out of need rather than a business dream. We are not an Apple or a Microsoft. We developed a software application we wanted to use and then decided to offer to others,” says founder Francisco Morales. This newest release incorporates over three years of feedback and development molding.

The goal of ProjectTrack is to assist in guiding projects to completion by tracking progress, managing action items, risks, issues and documents while providing the resources for team collaboration and user-configured versatility because as co-founder Susan Leslie says “everything is a project but no project is the same.” First designed for single users, this software is now available for multi-user environments via in-house networks or Internet.

The 2010 version is faster, visually enhanced and includes tighter integration with Microsoft Outlook (emails, contacts, meetings), new project detail views and reports and a more sophisticated schedule. You can check it out at

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