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TrakSoft Inc. Announces the Release of SurveyTrak 3.5 08.01.2003

August 1, 2003
TrakSoft Inc., a software development and marketing firm, announced the release of SurveyTrak 3.5, a Survey Point / Survey Monument Management System.

“SurveyTrak 3.5 is a complete, user-friendly and professional system for managing and tracking survey points and survey monuments. It is extremely robust, flexible and designed for use by both private and government surveying organizations.” said Gary Harris, Director & Chief Developer.

SurveyTrak 3.5 will provide the capability to process and maintain active and historical (superseded) survey control and monumentation data related to survey control points. It will provide users and management with mission critical information that is accurate, accessible, and current. Additionally, it will decrease data entry and search time while increasing data accuracy and integrity by providing logical and user-friendly interfaces and reporting capabilities. SurveyTrak 3.5 is GIS compatible.

System highlights include comprehensive survey control for horizontal, vertical, ellipsoidal, geoid, mean lower low water (MLLW) and superceded control; detailed history tracking; 14 powerful search methods; seven listings and one detailed report; and has user-defined lookup tables and flexible system defaults. New features include data import functionality, additional data fields, and automated datum adjustment calculations.

SurveyTrak 3.5 is available in four versions: Enterprise, Desktop, Trial, and the new Reader Version. The Enterprise Version is a multi-user client/server version. The licensing model allows for an unlimited number of user access. The Enterprise Version comes with a new Reader Version that organizations can freely distribute to it’s clients so they may be able to have read-only, searchable, portable, and reportable access to Survey Point Data. The Desktop Version is a single-user stand-alone version, with a newer self-optimized database. The Trial Version can be freely downloaded from the web site for test and evaluation purposes.

“System Support is unmatched!” said Gary Harris. “System support is provided by the developers of the system, not untrained help desk personnel following checklists.”