Press Release - AccuTrack Named UB Magazine 2012 Readers Choice Top Product

AccuTrack, the leading management system for academic centers, has been named as the University Business 2012 Readers’ Choice Top Product.

Orlando, FL – January 7, 2013 — AccuTrack has been named as the University Business 2012 Readers’ Choice Top Product. Other winners include products by Apple, AT&T, Canon, and Dell.

The winners were selected by the editors of University Business mangaize from nominations submitted by the readership of the magazine and were based on both the quantity of nominations and the quality of reader descriptions.

The award recognizes leaders in the higher education industry and provides university leaders and administrators with the unique opportunity to learn what products their colleagues around the country are using, and how these products contribute to the success of their schools.  The award announcement included this sample nomination from an AccuTrack user: “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.)

“We are delighted to learn that AccuTrack was selected for the University Business Readers’ Choice Top Products award,” says Engineerica’s president Mon Nasser.  “We strive to provide the best possible products and services to educational institutions.  This award confirms that we are on the right path.  We are honored to receive this prestigious award and we are grateful to our clients for their nominations.”

Developed by Engineerica Systems, AccuTrack has been in use at colleges and universities since April of 1998 and has thousands of installations across the U.S. and abroad. This makes AccuTrack the most popular administration software for academic centers and learning labs.

Engineerica also offers Accudemia, a web-based solution for the academic market. Hosted on the Amazon cloud, Accudemia provides users convenient access to the system from anywhere. In just two years, Accudemia has grown to serve more than 750,000 students. The system offers a portable tracking app that can be downloaded via the Apple Store. The app, called iAccu, converts any Apple device (iPod touch, iPad, or iPhone) into a portable attendance tracking device.

The latest addition to the Engineerica’s product line is Conference Tracker, a cloud-based solution for tracking conference attendance. Conference Tracker allows users to manage conference registration, create and print attendees’ badges, sign attendees in and out of sessions using only an Apple device, print and email customized certificates with credit calculations and run reports on attendance data with a click of a button.

 

About Engineerica
Engineerica Systems, Inc. is a Florida corporation that specializes in the development of database systems for academic institutions. These systems include both desktop and web-based solutions. Engineerica also offers attendance tracking apps that run on the Apple iPod Touch, iPad, and iPhone devices.

For more information, visit www.engineerica.com

Engineerica Systems, Inc contact:
Mon Nasser
President
mon@engineerica.com

About University Business
University Business is the most widely received, most regularly read publication for higher education leaders at two- and four-year colleges and universities nationwide. UB provides cutting-edge coverage of higher education technology, news, finance, policy, profiles and more to this exclusive audience across print, digital and in-person event platforms, including the annual higher ed technology conference, UBTech. For more information, visit www.UniversityBusiness.com.

University Business contact:
Tim Goral
Editor-in-Chief
University Business  magazine
tgoral@universitybusiness.com