WeTrack will provide its event delivery software tools to Commonwealth Games England as the organisation builds up to the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham in 2022.
Commonwealth Games England will use WeTrack’s projects, tasks and reports to digitise and automate their project management processes, and use WeTrack’s risk register to manage their organisational and Games-time risks and issues.
It’s a hugely exciting opportunity for WeTrack to work with an organisation seeking international success on the highest sporting stages.
MD of WeTrack, Peter Ward, spoke proudly of signing with Commonwealth Games England: “It’s very exciting to sign a long-term contract building up to a home Games in 2022! We look forward to supporting them on their wide range of projects in the coming years.”
Harriet Smith, Senior Project Manager at Commonwealth Games England, is delighted to be using WeTrack: “The tools provided by WeTrack are going to be essential to deliver on our projects building up to Birmingham 2022. With a home Games comes a great deal of preparation so it’s fantastic to be working with WeTrack to ensure we have solid project management processes in place.”
It’s set to be a great partnership as the two organisations build for a future of success.
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