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BioStorage Technologies Introduces New Version of Web-based Tracking and Sample Management System - ISISS®

INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- BioStorage Technologies, a global leader in scientific asset management, cold chain logistics and biomaterial storage for the bioscience industry, today introduced the newest version of its proprietary web-based tracking and sample management system --  ISISS®. This latest release includes enhanced search features, customized reporting capabilities, and intuitive sample tracking that allows for increased control and visibility over biological sample inventories.

Designed specifically to meet the growing requirements of the global biobanking community, ISISS is maintained in compliance with both domestic and international standards, including FDA Title 21 CFR Part 11. The fast and easy-to-use system allows users to monitor sample status and activity, view audit trails and documentation, schedule shipments and retrieve sample data on biological materials stored in BioStorage Technologies' global database. Users also have the ability to assign up to 999 data points to an individual sample asset and view its exact storage location by room, storage unit and position in storage.

"The globalization of clinical research, combined with the growth of biotech drug development, necessitates a cross-functional system that provides the customization and scalability required to efficiently manage growing biological sample inventories and their associated data," said Lori Ball, chief operating officer, BioStorage Technologies.

"The latest version of ISISS features the flexibility, intelligence and security needed to ensure the highest level of tracking and reporting, while also allowing our clients to streamline inbound and outbound shipping requests."

As part of the new ISISS launch, BioStorage Technologies is offering free taped software demonstrations to all users that log into the system. In addition, the company's technology experts will be providing live tutorials on the system's capabilities and increased functionality for retrieving data, scheduling shipments and real-time sample monitoring. For more information, visit

About BioStorage Technologies, Inc.:BioStorage Technologies, Inc. is the global leader in centralized sample management and onsite biorepository solutions for the bioscience industry. The company specializes in the management of biological samples including planning, collection, transportation, storage and retrieval. The company offers highly-qualified sample management experts, best-in-class storage practices, and real-time tracking of research samples. BioStorage Technologies is privately held and headquartered in Indianapolis with an additional full-service site near Frankfurt, Germany. For more information, visit or call +1 (866) 697-2675 or +49-6155-898-1011.Press Contact: Michael Clark Miller Brooks,

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