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AccuTrack Chosen by the Users

We are glad to announce that users around the globe have chosen AccuTrack as one of the Top Products for academies, in the University Business' 1st Annual Readers' Choice Awards.

Here's their description of AccuTrack:

Designed for managing academic centers, AccuTrack software’s benefits include tracking attendance, managing appointments, keeping notes on sessions, tracking loaned media, analyzing traffic, communicating with students and staff, checking who is in, and conducting surveys. Versatility allows for use in various centers, including tutoring centers, advising centers, writing labs, computer labs, financial aid offices, testing centers, gyms, student support services, and learning centers. AccuTrack offers various licensing options, from a single center installation to unlimited installations at all campuses.

www.engineerica.com/accutrack

“AccuTrack is our only tracking system for tutors and students at the college’s Academic Support Center and I can’t imagine life without it. The system tracks over 22,000 student visits that occur at the center annually. Reports are generated on student and tutor attendance, subjects tutored, and specialized groups. The data is often exported to study the relationship between tutoring and student retention initiatives. The system is user friendly and the technical support from the company is professional, courteous, and timely.” —Debra Weiner, director of tutoring services, Raritan Valley Community College (N.J.)

Read the full story: http://www.universitybusiness.com/article/1st-annual-readers%E2%80%99-choice-awards

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