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Khemia Software to Exhibit at PITTCON 2013

Published: Sunday, March 03, 2013
Last Updated: Saturday, March 02, 2013
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Khemia Software to Exhibit at PITTCON 2013 in Philadelphia, PA, March 18-21, Booth 1915.

Khemia Software will be onsite at PITTCON, the premier venue for the laboratory science industry held March 18-21 in Philadelphia, to show attendees the value of Khemia’s premier provider of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) and software solutions.

Not only is PITTCON a place for laboratories to acquire new equipment and tools, it also gives back to education donating nearly a million dollars annually in the form of grants, scholarships, and awards. Khemia Software is excited to be part of this informative and stimulating event which provides laboratory managers with the latest trends in technology and strategic management.

Khemia Software is a premier provider of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) and related software solutions for testing laboratories. Founded in 1995, the organization has over 125 successful installations in environmental and industrial hygiene labs worldwide.

“Many of Omega 11 users work remotely from hundreds and thousands of miles away from the server in which it is installed. Using Omega 11 they feel fully productive as if they were physically present within the lab,” said President Jerry Singh.
 
“We have streamlined our delivery and installation process that it can be on your server within a week of signing an agreement,” Singh said.


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