PHOENIX, April 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- nFocus Software, provider of performance management, training, and outcome measurement software to the public sector, announced that it has achieved Gold Independent Software Vendor (ISV) status with Microsoft Corp.
A member of the Microsoft Partner Network, nFocus is the developer of Trax Attendance Manager, which works with Windows 7 to provide organizations with the ability to manage daily operations, track member data and measure performance outcomes to address pressing youth and education needs. Trax Attendance Manager brings together: ID cards; member scanning technology; data entry; and reporting systems.
"Our customers come to us for high-quality performance and outcome measurement software that offers the most up-to-date features," said Ananda Roberts, president, nFocus Software. "By working with Microsoft, we feel confident Windows 7 will provide users of Trax Attendance Manager enhanced functionality to address needs in the public sector."
Specifically, Trax Attendance Manager is compatible with 32 bit and 64 bit Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 operating systems and was put through a multitude of tests to verify its compatibility with Windows 7. It's part of the TraxSolutions suite of easy-to-use software solutions.
nFocus Software is the leading provider of performance management, training, and outcome measurement software to the public sector. For more than 16 years, nFocus Software has successfully implemented solutions for organizations of all sizes. The company's youth and education solutions track and measure outcomes for more than 3.8 million children in all 50 states and Canada. nFocus Software's customers include nonprofit organizations, Fortune 500 companies, and city, state, and federal government. nFocus Software's solutions capably serve organizations ranging from local sites with fewer than 100 individuals, to state-wide deployments serving thousands of individuals, to the U.S. Army where its solutions are used to track the training and mission readiness of more than two million Soldiers.