Tracker Software Products Launch Redesigned Website

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Tracker Software Products, Ltd recently announced the launch of their redesigned website, representing the best software on the market for creating, modifying and viewing PDF's faster & with better compression.

Tracker Software Products, Ltd

Our PDF XChange technology remains the best software on the market for creating, modifying and viewing PDF's faster & with better compression - from any Windows application.

Tracker Software Products, Ltd recently announced the launch of their redesigned website at http://www.tracker-software.com. The redesign includes new features and functionality and is more user-friendly for the online user community.

Features of the redesigned website include new payment methods, a robust knowledge database, a Free PDF Viewer, a reseller application and a product choosing wizard; a tool that suggests and ranks products for shoppers based on features they’ve selected as requirements.

“Our PDF XChange technology remains the best software on the market for creating, modifying and viewing PDF's faster & with better compression - from any Windows application,” said CEO John Verbeeten. “Reorganizing the website was vital to keep pace with our growing client base.”

All of Tracker Software’s imaging and PDF software for both application software developers and general Windows user’s can be researched and purchased on the website. Technical support is also available on the site, for both paid and free versions of the software. All products are officially Windows 7 compatible.

About Tracker Software Product, Ltd
Incorporated in 1997 to develop Imaging and PDF format related software, Tracker Software has sales offices in Canada and the UK, with additional development offices in the USA and Ukraine. Tracker products fully conform to the PDF specifications as originally defined and extended by Adobe and now maintained and set by the International Standards Organization (ISO).

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