Rolltrax was born when Brian Patterson, an Atlanta-based Work Based Learning coordinator, had the idea to create a cloud-based attendance system. After consulting two of his students, Zach Baylin and Ohad Rau, work on the first alpha version of Rolltrax began. When this first version was tested at North Springs High School in the 2017-2018 school year, it was proven that Rolltrax solved the problem that Brian needed to fix. Rolltrax is now in it's beta stage, with the software being completely rewritten in order to accomodate for growth. Read more about the founders of Rolltrax below.
Brian Patterson is a Work Based Learning coordinator based in Atlanta, Georgia. Brian has consistently ranked among the top Work Based Learning coordinators in Georgia, which itself is one of the top Work Based Learning states. Rolltrax was born out of Brian's idea for a cloud-based attendance system.
Zach Baylin is a former Work Based Learning student, and a current lead developer at Rolltrax. Zach is part of the original Rolltrax team, and founded the company alongside Ohad Rau and Brian Patterson in 2017. Zach provides the primary software support for users of Rolltrax.
Ohad Rau is a former Work Based Learning student, and a current lead developer at Rolltrax. Currently a student at Georgia Tech, Ohad works on Rolltrax when he isn't studying. Ohad is also a part of the original Rolltrax team, and helped found the company in 2017.