A calibration management software to improve quality assurance and compliance.
GAGEtrak calibration management software, backed by 30 years of experience and numerous endorsements from auditors, has enhanced quality in numerous facilities globally. The effectiveness of calibration management software is crucial, as it directly influences the quality and safety of products.
GAGEtrak Pro’s feature set is quite extensive, from management of gages, custodians, tools, suppliers, parts and service requests to monitoring scheduled and unscheduled calibrations, conducting gage R&R analysis (MSA 4th Edition) and so much more. Here are just some of the highlights of GAGEtrak Pro:
Alternatively, GAGEtrak Lite offers the exceptional, auditor-trusted quality control for which GAGEtrak is famous, all in a compact, budget-priced package for quality teams that need an uncomplicated calibration management solution. Affordable and easy to use, it provides effective gage, calibration and procedure management as well as streamlined reporting, all within a simplified, touchscreen-friendly interface. The software installs in minutes and with its simple interface and cloning tool, you can begin entering and tracking your devices right away.
GAGEtrak offers both perpetual and subscription licensing options with concurrent or node-locked seats. GAGEtrak Lite starts at $29/month for a node-locked seat. GAGEtrak Pro starts at $79/month per node-locked seat.
There is a free demo and a free trial available.
I purchased Gagetrak 7 about a year ago and couldn’t be happier. Was a previous user and returned when current software was put to rest. The software is very thought out and allows you to handle all of your gauging needs in one location. No longer a need for keeping additional files or spreadsheets.
GageTrak has been easy to integrate into our platform, and the functionality is fantastic. My workflow is so much quicker now. Great Software!
Had some issues getting started with program but after some hair-pulling sessions was able to figure it out with the help of tech. support. The on-line messaging option is good but not sufficient for all issues. Was able to speak to someone from tech support via phone and was able to correct the problems in a timely fashion.
Upgrading from 6.11 to 7 is practically seamless. 5.xx users will need tech support to convert your database. New users will find the help files quite useful and tech support has been outstanding solving problems and getting help. Obviously a lot more options than with 6.11. Small shops will find this relatively easy to use while large corporations with lots of personnel will have all the tools available to determine the real status and acceptability of their gauges. As nice as this software is, it isn’t with out it problems. When you first launch GAGEtrak and click on Gages in the navigation window, an error window pops up stating “The Form Gage Master Entry is not available in database”. Closing the window and clicking on Gages a second time brings up the form view of the first gauge in the database. In 6.11 you could scroll though the database entries in the form view with the mouse wheel. While this was a nice feature in 6.xx, it created other unexpected problems if you weren’t paying attention. In 7.x this has been disabled. However, there is now a small search window next to the navigation buttons. As soon as you type something in that window GAGEtrak begins searching based on what is typed. It doesn’t wait for you to finish and you don’t have to press Enter. Nice touch… and FAST. If, by chance, you happen to open the Set Label/Weights window, you will find it’s too big to fit on the screen (1366×768). It’s difficult to close and can’t be resized. The Options and Tool toolbars are not that usable. Well, they are, if you don’t mind them being on top of everything and being in the way. They cover over the open windows you are working in. They should have been left as small buttons at the top or be able to slide up like the Navigation window can. As a result, switching from Form view to Datasheet view is a real pain with multiple clicks. Other than the few quirks I’ve found, I’m not at all dissatisfied. It serves our need quite well.