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The latest iteration of the MoldTrax mold maintenance tracking system is now available from principal distributor Progressive Components (Wauconda, IL). Version offers insightful upgrades and new functions that make tracking mold maintenance even easier.

September 2, 2010

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Mold maintenance tracking made even easier

The latest iteration of the MoldTrax mold maintenance tracking system is now available from principal distributor Progressive Components (Wauconda, IL). Version offers insightful upgrades and new functions that make tracking mold maintenance even easier.

IM09_PL_MoldTrax5_home_page_low_res.jpgNew and upgraded MoldTrax 5 features include security features that can be employed by a system administrator to assign contributor and user level access so that proprietary information is available only to those authorized to view it. Hyperlinks from Tech Tips, meanwhile, is easily access support documentation that is housed on the user's computer network or on the Internet. Further, a custom drop-down tab provides a single location within MoldTrax 5 to access all drop-downs in the system in order to add or change terminology. Many fields now include a library of standard industry terms and their definitions while a new cycle time report function includes cycle time data within all reporting functions for easier comparison and analysis of tooling information.

MoldTrax 5 costs $3,995 for a license in one facility for up to three user seats.  A free demo is available by visiting either www.MoldTrax.com or www.procomps.com. —[email protected]

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