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ProSource 2.0 Offers Value, Savings for Lab Supplies
Date:9/16/2008

ProSource 2.0 is a customized lab supply ordering system that allows users to create a personalized, online catalog of every lab supply they currently order. ProSource then provides these items in one location with negotiated low prices to ensure savings on every order. ProSource eliminates the need to order from multiple suppliers, allows every lab in your company to order from the same location, all while helping to eliminate errors in ordering, payable and receivables. ProSource is brought to you by The Lab Depot, an online leader in lab supplies.

Dawsonville, GA (PRWEB) September 16, 2008 -- http://www.labdepotinc.com [The Lab Depot __title__ The Lab Depot], a leading online provider of laboratory supplies, announces the release of http://www.labdepotinc.com/about/prosource.php [ProSource 2.0 __title__ ProSource], a customized ordering system that provides value and savings for labs with high quality products at discount prices.

"We are excited to offer ProSource as an alternative for lab professionals tired of paying huge mark-ups to big supply companies," said Don Westall, CEO of The Lab Depot. "With ProSource, we offer the same high quality products our clients are used to at vastly reduced prices," he said.

At no cost, ProSource allows clients to create their own personalized, online catalog complete with the entire inventory of http://www.labdepotinc.com/about/prosource.php [lab supplies __title__ ProSource] they currently order. Each item in their catalog features negotiated low prices to ensure savings on every order.

In addition to pricing, ProSource makes it easier than ever to manage the purchasing process. By combining the lab sup
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