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Their first product, Tracker Suite, was released in 1994. Tracker Suite is a groupware solution for the Lotus Notes/Domino messaging platform. The first release of Tracker Suite provided functions for time reporting.
As development continued, new components were incorporated into Tracker Suite, including modules for project management, HR, help desk services and others. In 2001, Automation Centre released a similar groupware product for the Microsoft Outlook / Exchange messaging platform, called TrackerOffice. In 2006, Automation Centre released TrackerSuite.Net, a purely Web based suite of integrated business applications similar to Tracker Suite, but with cloud computing capabilities.
Automation Centre collectively brands these solution sets as Tracker.
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