TrackIT, LLC

July 2004
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2004, p116
Trade Publication
Provides information on North Ogden, Utah-based TrackIT LLC, a provider of purchasing, inventory control and package tracking solutions for the hospitality industry. Provision of unparalleled guest service and reduced labor expenses; Use of barcode-scanning Palm Pilot personal data assistants to improve a hotel's productivity and the quality of service delivered to customers.


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