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The RURO Flex™ Program - A Premier, Full Scale LIMS Made More Available
Date:1/31/2013

Frederick, MD (PRWEB) January 31, 2013

RURO is answering an important call within today’s laboratory world at-large. Everyday a small lab is forming a new relationship with a major partner or a mid-size lab business is struggling to remain efficient and compliant. For these and many other reasons, having a LIMS is now critical to many more than those who have the internal resources to evaluate and implement to their requirements – until now.

Today, RURO reaffirms its commitment to small to mid-size lab businesses in releasing The RURO Flex™ Program for LIMS 24/7™. Comprised of a series of methods that can reform buyer resource requirements, The RURO Flex™ allows clients to structure a LIMS 24/7 purchase with non-traditional options.

“The [RURO Flex™] Program cannot turn major deployment requirements into a junior contract, but our analysis shows that the flexibility it does afford will make a difference for most.” Says Tom Dolan, Director of Sales for RURO.

LIMS 24/7™ has established itself as one of the world’s best LIMS for Cross-Discipline Environments, Sample Management, Genomics Programs, QA/QC Laboratories and others. In 2012, the LIMS 24/7™ installation base more than quadrupled.

Further information on The RURO Flex™ Program is available by request.

Learn more about LIMS 24/7 by visiting http://www.ruro.com/lims247

About RURO
RURO specializes in modular Information Management Systems for laboratories of all kinds. Primarily, this is achieved in the interaction between FreezerPro, RURO's purely Sample Management mid-level solution, and their full scale ELN and LIMS platforms, Sciency and LIMS 24/7. Labs can start their RURO application portfolio to suit whatever requirements for compliance and automation they have today but then grow within the same software methodology as needed.

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