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Trackolade is a web-based collaboration and task management tool that provides a central place for teams to easily organize, manage and track their work. Together.

Empower team organization and collaboration.

Trackolade simplifies team collaboration by centralizing project tasks, discussions and files in a shared place. Project members can easily view critical project information and project updates from a single page, with access to further details just a click away. Eliminate the chaos of sifting through long email threads or asking for status updates again.
Trackolade is designed in a way that does not overwhelm first-time users, yet is powerful enough to manage complex projects. By providing a centralized workspace that is easy-to-use, easy-to-share and easy-to-understand, Trackolade eliminates the complexities that are often presented with other project management and collaboration applications, ultimately increasing the adoption across your team. Having everyone on the same page has never been easier.

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