Mitratech Acquires Tracker Corp

The acquisition supports Mitratech’s mission to provide legal and compliance solutions to mitigate risk across organizations. Via Tracker, HR, and Legal teams can employ best practices, innovative features, and seamless integration to help minimize staffing-related risk and safeguard business continuity.

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Mitratech Acquires Tracker Corp, Adding Leading I-9 and Immigration Management Solutions to its Legal and Compliance Technology Portfolio

Tracker provides HR and legal teams with intuitive solutions for standardizing employee processes and minimizing staffing-related risk.

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Mitratech, a leading global provider of legal and compliance software, today [July 31, 2020] announced its acquisition of Tracker Corp, the foremost provider of SaaS I-9, E-Verify, and immigration management solutions. This will uniquely equip Mitratech to help organizations overcome the challenges of increased government scrutiny, remote workforces, inefficient immigration management, and painful and costly manual staffing processes.

Tracker Corp, located in San Francisco, CA, was founded in 2002 by Julie Pearl and Fred Colman with the vision of providing automated solutions for immigration law firms and corporations that handled a tremendous volume of immigration cases.  A recipient of numerous industry accolades, including the TekTonic Award for top solutions shaping the future of HR, the company has trailblazed innovation in the HR and compliance spaces.

Developed by top immigration attorneys, Tracker solutions have a 20-year history of enabling legal accuracy and ensuring data security:

  • Its I-9 Complete offering is the only end-to-end I-9 compliance software solution that’s maintained a perfect track record of zero client fines.
  • Its ImmigrationTracker™ solution is used by solo practitioners, established law firms, and mobile corporate legal teams alike to streamline immigration case management.

The acquisition supports Mitratech’s mission to provide legal and compliance solutions to mitigate risk across organizations. Via Tracker, HR, and Legal teams can employ best practices, innovative features, and seamless integration to help minimize staffing-related risk and safeguard business continuity.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to be able to add Tracker Corp’s solutions to what we make available to our clients,” says Mike Williams, CEO of Mitratech.  “This is really an amazing opportunity for us, since they’ve been such an outstanding innovator and segment leader, and we’re looking forward to continuing to grow the trust and confidence they’ve earned with their customers over the years.”

How do the new solutions fit into Mitratech’s already extensive range of legal, compliance, and risk management products?  “Risk has become a very holistic challenge for companies because it takes so many forms, has so many potential costs, and arises nearly everywhere,” Williams says.  “So we think it should be our mission to give our clients the tools to mitigate risk however it presents itself, across all lines of business in an organization.”

Julie Pearl, co-founder, and chair of Tracker Corp, says Mitratech’s appreciation of her company’s mission helped drive the acquisition. “Our talented team has steadfastly built and refined solutions that give employers and compliance professionals true peace of mind,” she says. “We chose them because they really understand our mission, and are equally dedicated to helping customers address complex issues in real-time, from anywhere. The Mitratech approach aligns with ours, delivering immediate and reliable impact to the business, and the people who are part of it.”

That understanding was especially important to her, not just as a tech leader but as founder and CEO of the Pearl Law Group, the only U.S. immigration law firm to win national awards for innovation, global business immigration, and pro bono service.  “Knowing that the solutions we’ve created will be in good hands, that innovation and community matter to them, and that our users will keep receiving the great support they’ve come to expect, is reassuring,” Pearl says.

About Mitratech

Mitratech is a proven global technology partner for corporate legal, risk & compliance, and HR professionals seeking to maximize productivity, control expense, and mitigate risk by deepening operational alignment, increasing visibility, and spurring collaboration across their organization. That helps them rise to the challenge of serving the evolving needs of the modern, dynamic enterprise.

Read the original release at Mitratech Acquires Tracker Corp.

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