Primavera SureTrak was a project management software for contractors and professionals in construction and related fields. It was acquired by Oracle Corporation in 2008 and discontinued in 2010. We recommend looking at our project management software roundup for alternatives, or talk to one of our software advisors.
Oracle Primavera SureTrak helped manage small to mid-sized projects. It became a preferred choice across various industries for its robust scheduling and resource management features. Developed by Primavera Systems, it helped simplify complex project tasks and providing essential tools like detailed Gantt charts for project planning.
In 2008, Oracle Corporation acquired Primavera Systems, adding SureTrak to its product lineup. However, in December 2010, Oracle discontinued SureTrak to focus on more integrated, enterprise-level solutions such as Primavera P6, aligning with the market shift towards project management systems suitable for large, complex projects. This move marked the end of SureTrak, once a pivotal tool in project management for smaller businesses.
Primavera SureTrack is no longer sold. Oracle suggests Primavera P6 or Primavera Contractor as suitable replacement options.
A cloud-based project management tool known for its spreadsheet-like interface. It offers collaboration and project tracking features and is highly adaptable to various project types.
Suitable for teams of all sizes. Wrike provides detailed project planning, real-time collaboration, and customizable reporting features.
A versatile, cloud-based project management platform known for its highly customizable and intuitive interface. It caters to teams of all sizes, enabling efficient management of tasks, projects, and workflows.
Primavera SureTrak lets you manage projects of any size and help prioritize, plan, manage, and execute projects, programs, and portfolios.
Short learning curve (If you like to read). If for a single user you don’t need P6. Good price.
Works like a blender, you set the data and the software do everything you want.
More power and alternates to do cost $ loaded schedules.
I first learned and used p3 and Herlihy Mid-continent Company installed the big graphic printers. Our project managers all maintained some kind of a schedule on each project but we never attempted to combine them to figure out equipment or creww availability although we did do that manually to some extent. I later worked at Burns and made them purchase p6. One project manager, Paul Sales used it to complete a complicated Metra project in Barrington, IL. Upper management resists using it because their “seat of the pants” decisions are usually wrong if compared to a cooperatively developed schedule.
Less bells and whistles that I never used compared to p6.
Nothing of importance that I can remember.