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RURO Introduces ezColony 4.1 – The Versatile Transgenic Animal Colony Management Software
Date:5/17/2013

Frederick, MD (PRWEB) May 17, 2013

RURO Inc. is pleased to announce the release of ezColony version 4.1, a versatile refinement to the smart management solution.

ezColony, a world-class premier software solution, improves its advanced methodical management for transgenic animal colonies, genotyping and pre-clinical animal facilities with ezColony 4.1. The network-based platform provides user access with a plethora of tools to conduct effective research. While continuing to emphasize streamlined tasks, such as animal relocation to different cages by dragging and dropping, animal indexing, and color-coded cage identification, version 4.1 focuses on data mining, better support for animal/cages identification option, RFID and improved workflows. Additionally 4.1 features a new Virtual Machine (VM), featuring enhanced performance new accessibility and security improvements.

ezColony v4.1 highlights:

  • New ezColony Virtual Machine (VM) – improved performance, security, and accessibility
  • Better support for animal/cage identification option
  • Improved data mining
  • Improved user experience
  • Improved workflows

According to Vlad Lebedev, Systems Architect with RURO, “ezColony 4.1 is a great evolution to an easy to use platform that is capable of data mining, RFID tracking, and facility management.”

For more information please visit http://www.ruro.com/ezcolony

About RURO

Headquartered in the heart of Maryland’s Bio Corridor, RURO develops and provides the most modern information management software solutions to more than a thousand laboratories worldwide. RURO systems can decrease staff time requirements for data entry, compilation and reporting by more than a third, and reduce user input errors by up to 97%.

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