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Two Fold Software Partners with Bibby Scientific

Published: Monday, March 25, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, March 25, 2013
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Two Fold Software to provide Qualoupe Lite software for Jenway 67 series spectrophotometers.

Two Fold Software has joined with Bibby Scientific to provide new Qualoupe Lite software for incorporation into Jenway brand 67 series spectrophotometers.

Qualoupe Lite provides users with an intuitive laboratory information management system (LIMS) to automate data management and transfer.

Using Qualoupe Lite, analysis results and method information can be transferred directly from the spectrophotometers to the database, removing the need for complicated traditional systems.

The system is easy to use, with minimal training required to store and recall laboratory data, including the printing of result reports from the Sample Manager application.

“By creating a true Lite product that is affordable for businesses of all sizes, we make LIMS available to companies aiming to move towards automated laboratory data management,” says Clive Collier, Managing Director of Two Fold Software.

Collier continued, “In the past there have been Lite LIMS products available, but the prices rarely made them accessible. This collaboration with Bibby Scientific means more companies can feel the benefit of an intuitive and effective Qualoupe Lite system without committing to large costs.”


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