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Autoscribe to showcase LIMS and Tracking Solutions at ArabLab 2012

26 Mar 2012 - 29 Mar 2012 - Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre



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Autoscribe will be showcasing its laboratory and business management solutions on stand 444 in the UK pavilion at ArabLab 2012.

As one of the leading B2B Laboratory Instrumentation shows, ArabLab is the perfect event for promoting Autoscribe’s extensive range of LIMS and tracking solutions and presenting new solutions within the Middle East, Africa and Indian Sub-Continents.

At ArabLab, Autoscribe will be holding two seminars –‘How to maximize ROI using a configurable LIMS solution’ provides an overview of key factors and considerations when specifying, purchasing and implementing a LIMS. The second seminar, ‘How to develop an informatics solution for bio banking’, will explore the unique challenges that bio banks face and how Matrix can help address the individual needs of these organisations.

With over 20 years of delivering long term configurable and scalable solutions, Autoscribe has expert knowledge in the development and supply of software solutions that are tailored to individual customer requirements without the need for custom coding. The unique features and benefits of Autoscribe’s solutions have positioned it as a worldwide leader in genuinely configurable software solutions serving a wide variety of industries and market sectors.



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