Maintenance Tracker is the signature product of Learning Pathways, a California–based software development company focusing on the unique needs of school systems. "Maintenance Tracker meets the needs of primary, secondary, and tertiary school clients who are looking to automate, track, and report upon their maintenance operations," explains Learning Pathways President Joe Vulgan whose California customers include Cabrillo College in Aptos, the Sulphur Springs School District in Santa Clarita and the Romoland School District in Homeland.
The Maintenance Tracker software allows administrators and maintenance managers to keep ahead of their tasks — they can view requests for maintenance from various departments at a glance, with just the click of a button. They can track work orders, contractor estimates, and job timetables, and can generate written reports at any stage of any job. From painting a classroom to re–roofing a school, from patching tiles in the restrooms to installing new fixtures in the lab — maintenance jobs are organized, monitored, and always under control.