San Francisco start-up’s software combines immigration law and technology
SAN FRANCISCO, CA — July 10, 2015. Fred Colman discusses why he co-founded Tracker Corp, the decisions he made to shape this successful business and how his unique entrepreneurial approach has accelerated growth:
"Biggest business strength: Recognizing when I don’t know something and when I need other people. Knowing when to delegate.
"Biggest risk: The first one was developing the second product line, and then rather than tacking on new features to old platforms, deciding to start fresh... Read full release »
"Being Julie Pearl, Legal Tech Entrepreneur", by Monica Bay, Fellow, CodeX: The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics
SAN FRANCISCO, CA — June 19, 2015. In this compelling article, Julie Pearl addresses female representation in Silicon Valley and the legal industry. Discussing her background and the evolution of her career, Pearl provides sound advice to help women achieve work-life balance and succeed in the workplace.
"Women are notoriously underrepresented in Silicon Valley, and don’t do much better in the legal industry. Female equity partners in the Am Law 200 make 16.8 percent less than male colleagues, according to The American Lawyer... (This is) a profile of Julie Pearl, CEO and managing partner of the Pearl Law Group for the past two decades, and founder of two legal tech companies." Read full release »
Tracker Customer Stories
Shaw Industries Group
World's largest carpet manufacturer with $4B in sales and 22,500 employees.
"When you're overseeing a critical function like employment authorization, you need to be able to clearly see how you're doing on a real-time basis."
Abercrombie & Fitch
Retailer of casual apparel with over 1,000 stores and 98,000 employees.
"Nothing tests your company's best practices like an ICE audit."
Boston's Restaurant & Sports Bar
Nationwide restaurant chain employing about 50-60 people per location.
"It's nice for our busy managers
to be rewarded for compliance,
rather than be in fear of it."