Track Record Facilities is a web-based compliance management platform which enables our clients to deliver full compliance and condition assessment with evidence audit trails, all at lower cost and risk.
For almost two decades, teams have trusted Track Record software to reinvent the way they collaborate and approach data management. Continously evolving alongside the needs of our clients, Track Record Facilities provides a highly secure, reliable and configurable solution to enable teams to digitize their workflows on one centralized and streamlined platform.
You also have the option to include the services of our dedicated team of building compliance specialists at Jacobs, who can help you to collect, manage, track and understand your data for more strategic decision making.
We provide peace of mind. Enabling you to prove your portfolio regulation compliance within a limited budget and without unnecessary costs.
We support productivity. Speed up your inspections, securely upload and access all information, across any device, as well as gaining instant updates on the go.
We encourage collaboration. With unlimited seats your price won't increase, no matter how many people use the platform.
We simplify things. Digitize the collection, storage, analysis, and reporting of your stakeholder information all in one place.
- Provides a ‘golden thread’ of client-owned data
- On-site mobile data capture
- Visual, interactive dashboards
- Compliance scoring per property, portfolio or region
- Independent, on-site quality monitoring via a Digital Clerk of Works
- Supports collection, storage and reporting of compliance data for all assets and building types
Over 1,600 organizations trust Track Record
> 25 %
AVERAGE INCREASE OF COMPLIANCE IN THE FIRST YEAR*
> 50 %
INCREASED EFFICIENCY ACROSS DATA COLLECTION AND REPORTING*
> 200 %
RETURN ON INVESTMENT*
*Source: Sample of clients over the last 3 years
“We use Track Record Facilities for statutory compliance with it helping us in the areas of maintenance and asset management. It is now a key part of how we manage our risk and essential statutory tasks.”