Why should you buy PR-Tracker and not some other bug
1. There are easily over 50 bug tracking systems designed for Windows or the
web. Most of these have come on the market in the past few years and were likely written
by people laid off during the dot com boom who were looking for something to do.
PR-Tracker has been around since 1994. There can only be so many survivors in a
crowded market and PR-Tracker has a huge customer
base. The new comers are just fighting for leftovers.
2. PR-Tracker's chief developer has over 20 years experience developing
software ranging from life-critical embedded systems to casual desktop applications.
He has never worked on a project that failed delivery and knows which practices contribute
to a successful software projects and which practices are a waste of time. This practical
knowledge was used to determine the bug tracking process rules suggested by PR-Tracker.
3. PR-Tracker developers take turns doing customer support. This way you
get quality answers to your questions and they get the benefit of knowing what features
you think are truly important to add to subsequent versions of PR-Tracker. If PR-Tracker
won't work on your computer they will try and figure out what is wrong with your system
and tell you how to fix it.
4. PR-Tracker's main objective is to be simple. Software development and
testing is already complicated enough and we want to make your life easier and less
stressful. PR-Tracker isn't filled with useless features so that it can also be used for
every other type of tracking application under the sun. PR-Tracker is designed for problem
tracking only -- and especially for bug tracking.
5. PR-Tracker is inexpensive and you can afford to buy it for everyone
who needs it. Comparable bug tracking systems are two to five times more expensive. Anyone
licensed to use PR-Tracker is also licensed to use PR-Tracker Web Client.
6. PR-Tracker Web Client is the only bug tracking software that
works over the internet without using a browser. This means it won't break when you
upgrade your browser and it doesn't have a clunky user interface. PR-Tracker Web Client
uses local caching so that operations take split seconds and not minutes and important
features aren't left out because transmission bottlenecks would make them useless.
7. ProblemReport.asp enables customers and beta testers to enter bug
reports using a browser. They don't need to be licensed and you don't have to pay extra
for this feature.
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