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RURO Announces RURO Flex™ Program

Published: Sunday, February 10, 2013
Last Updated: Sunday, February 10, 2013
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New program reaffirms RURO's commitment to small to mid-size lab businesses

RURO has released 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.


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