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RURO Updates FreezerPro to Version 6

Published: Sunday, March 03, 2013
Last Updated: Saturday, March 02, 2013
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RURO releases the 6th major version of the FreezerPro® platform. New version adds functionality and improvements.

RURO, Inc., a leading supplier of state-of-the-art computer software and RFID solutions in frozen sample management, has announced the release of FreezerPro® version 6.

“The new version is focused on improvements and new content for modernizing lab environments,” said Tom Dolan, Director of Sales. “FreezerPro® 6 should excite our user base, which has provided a year of excellent feedbac

FreezerPro® Version 6 Highlights:

- Clinical Data Module: Creation of tests to associate sample sources (Enterprise Edition Optional Feature)
- Customize Homepage Display: Add features you use regularly
- User Interface Features: Over 15 user-suggested additions for granularity in permissions, summary displays, configurability and more.

FreezerPro is developed and validated according to FDA Guidelines for Software Development, cGLP/cGMP (Good Laboratory Practice and Good Manufacturing Practice), Section 508 Accessibility Guidelines, HIPAA Accountability Act of 1996, HIPAA Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2005 (Patient Safety Act).

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