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RURO Inc. Today Announced the Release of FreezerPro 2010, Frozen Sample Inventory and Information Management System
Date:9/21/2009

FreezerPro 2010 is the fastest, most reliable and secure professional solution to inventory Ultra-low Freezer and Liquid Nitrogen Tank samples and efficiently manage data of any kind associated with the samples.

Frederick, MD (PRWEB) September 21, 2009 -- RURO Inc. today announced the release of FreezerPro 2010, Frozen sample inventory and information management system (FSIIMS). FreezerPro 2010 is the fastest, most reliable and secure professional solution to inventory Ultra-low Freezer and Liquid Nitrogen Tank samples and efficiently manage data of any kind associated with the samples. 

RURO Inc. develops a unique set of scientific software indispensable to any modern pharmaceutical, biotech, or research laboratory. The highlights of RURO products are FreezerPro - a new generation of frozen samples tracking software, ezColony - transgenic animals software that manages the entire infrastructure of your animal facility, and LIMS 247 - a complete data and project management solution for scientific research, pre-clinical and clinical trials.

FreezerPro 2010 is the first commercially available frozen sample tracking product that combines web interface, multitasking, security, the most powerful business logic and analytics and user-friendly design that offers a broad range of customizations and makes sample management not only much easier but brings it up to the next level of usability.

FreezerPro 2010 features automatic alerts for samples expiration date, remaining number of aliquots, total volume of a given sample stored in several aliquots, number of freeze/thaw cycles of each vial, live search, customizable sample groups and sources, integration with freezer sensors, RFIDs, barcoding, attachment of sample related supporting documentation, images, web links, activity reports, audit trails, statistics  and much more. Please check our web site for more information abo
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