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Start Software is an award-winning developer and leading publisher of asbestos software, systems for the legal services industry and more.

Want to know more about asbestos software Alpha Tracker? Alpha Tracker is the most used asbestos software in the UK, Australia & New Zealand with more than 60m items of asbestos data stored.

Our legal services software Alpha Legal helps will writers, accountants, solicitors, IFAs and estate agents to communicate securely with clients. Read about developments here on the blog.

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Important Mobile Data update in beta test

We're really pleased to announce that we are beta testing v8.0 of Mobile Data from CreativityCorp, the software used to power our Tracker Mobile* system used by asbestos surveyors to capture data in the field.

We have been partners with CreativityCorp for over a decade now and our systems have captured more than 25,000,000 items of data in that time!

The latest version of Mobile Data, v8.0, has some important new features which will delight busy asbestos admin teams looking after data from asbestos surveyors:

- it is now possible to quickly search the "data window" to find records without exporting to Excel first

- the data window can be sorted by any column, either A-Z or Z-A

- new surveyors connecting their handsets for the first time will automatically get Tracker Mobile software installed making it even easier to set up an asbestos surveyor to work with Tracker or Alpha Tracker.

We are testing v8.0 carefully now so do not recommend that you update your own systems just yet. Do watch the blog for updates or call the Start Software Support Desk on 0845 612 2402 to check the latest position.

*Tracker Mobile is a key part of our Tracker and Alpha Tracker asbestos software systems for asbestos consultancies


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