PureChoice, Inc. Releases Major Update to its Data logging and Reporting Software, PureTrac

New PureTrac 5.0 provides advanced alerting and charting capabilities, improved dashboard and new performance benchmarks

MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota – November 22, 2010 – PureChoice Inc., innovative provider of the PureTrac software solution and Nose Monitor hardware for advanced computer rooms and data center environments, announced today its PureTrac 5.0 software upgrade, scheduled for release this December.  The PureTrac 5.0 upgrade will improve the current program’s performance and usability, making it easier for organizations to log, report and view crucial data to optimize the performance of their occupied space.

The new PureTrac 5.0 software provides built-in intelligence and notification abilities, as well as enhanced graphing and trending features that have the capacity to compare data from multiple devices within your facility.  Furthermore, PureTrac 5.0 includes a sophisticated dashboard to view each device individually or several as a group, providing an at-a-glance view of the most useful information, with easy drilldown capabilities for more comprehensive information, if needed.  Other features include new management reports, advanced alerting technologies and charting options.

“Now more than ever, organizations need to work smart to improve efficiency,” said Kevin Kuhne, CEO at PureChoice.  “With accurate records for critical variables such as temperature and humidity, the new PureTrac 5.0 system serves as a benchmark giving our customers the insight they need in order to prevent product loss, improve energy efficiency and, in the end, save money.”

PureTrac 5.0 combines data logging and monitoring to improve operational productivity and ease IT management.  Key enhancements in the PureTrac 5.0 software platform include:

  • Built-in intelligence:  Alerts and performance benchmarks based on custom operating strategies that you define for your facilities allow users to identify issues immediately and locate, through PureTrac data, what triggered the alerts.
  • Compare features:   PureTrac 5.0 features new comparison chart capabilities to further analyze data by date and/or sensor.  This will illustrate how one factor of your performance benchmark affects the other.
  • Dashboard: A new sophisticated dashboard allows customers to easily view and organize each device within a facility; and a new Strategy Template Wizard makes setting facility sensor threshold settings both easier and faster.

PureTrac 5.0 and its associated hardware device, the Nose Monitor, are available through PureChoice’s strong reseller network.  For pricing and a list of resellers near you, visit www.purechoice.com.

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About PureChoice, Inc.

Since 1992, PureChoice has been dedicated to providing customers with an enterprise level, integrated software and hardware solution. Through the company’s product offerings, PureTrac and the Nose Monitor, PureChoice provides a smart technology system that addresses environmental changes where asset protection is a must, allowing users to attain optimal operation of their facility.

 PureChoice products combine data logging and monitoring capabilities with advanced alerting technologies to communicate critical data to IT professionals and facility managers. Real-time alerts enable course corrections, protecting equipment and preventing loss within advanced computer rooms and data centers.

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Since 1992, PureChoice has been dedicated to providing customers with an enterprise level, integrated software and hardware solution. Through the company’s product offerings, PureTrac and the Nose Monitor, PureChoice provides a smart technology system that addresses environmental changes where asset protection is a must, allowing users to attain optimal operation of their facility. PureChoice products combine data logging and monitoring capabilities with advanced alerting technologies to communicate crit