04 Nov Ace news: Australian Open signs up to Trackplan’s CAFM software
The Australian Open is the first of the four Grand Slam tennis events held each year. It is also the largest annual sporting event in the Southern Hemisphere and holds the record for the highest attendance at a Grand slam event with 743,667 people attending the 2018 Australian Open.
So naturally we were delighted when the site and logistics team from Tennis Australia chose Trackplan to support them in the intensive job management and asset management required around the event and also the ongoing activities of Tennis Australia throughout the year.
Trackplan has also recently won other diverse clients from around the World from its humble base in Limerick, Ireland:
15 – 0 Cumberland Farms (USA) – to manage the maintenance and assets at the manufacturing centre, which supports over 500 food stores in the United States. Cumberland chose Trackplan for its ease of use and superior set up process when compared to other similar products.
30 – 0 Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art (UK) – to manage the maintenance and assets at its centre for contemporary art on the south bank of the River Tyne. It hosted the Turner Prize in 2011 attracting over 149,000 visitors – a record for this prestigious event in the UK.
40 – 0 Individual Restaurants (UK) – one of the UK’s leading restaurant groups with over 50 restaurant across brands such as Piccolino, Bank Restaurant & Bar and The Restaurant Bar & Grill. They looked at over 10 other CAFM and CMMS solutions but chose Trackplan for its all round feature set and ability to manage engineers, assets and maintenance both easily and well.
“We are a young company and most of our energy has gone into development and improving the software from client and prospect feedback… …so winning these clients has been a great feeling and shows that we have a World Class and competitively priced solution on our hands which is improving by the day. It is a strong solution for a diverse set of organisations around the World with different needs. From asset management and manufacturing to planned maintenance to intensive job management. ” says founder and CEO Mark Cochrane.