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Create a Complete, Reliable Tracking System with Pro-curo Software

Published: Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, April 17, 2013
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Pro-curo software can track samples from multiple research projects.

With laboratory regulations becoming increasingly tight, it has never been more important for scientists to be able to track and validate their systems.

Pro-curo Software Ltd assists in meeting these stringent standards through its comprehensive tracking and reporting software package, which includes powerful search functions, automatic printing of 2D barcodes and a multilevel location structure.

Fully compliant with the FDA’s 21CFR Part 11 requirements, Pro-curo software stores a complete history of every sample transaction for future traceability, meaning users can be sure that irreplaceable samples are monitored and that they always have access to historical reports.

Having a complete audit trail with full traceability is essential in studies involving the use of human material. There remain, however, many laboratories still using traditional paper systems or non-specialist software packages, such as Excel, to track their samples.

This creates considerable scope for error and exposes laboratories to the risk of losing samples, with potentially serious consequences for their research.

On top of this, the inability to prove the source and movement of samples could lead to the confiscation of materials, with severe financial implications for institutions.

Pro-curo software can track samples from multiple research projects. It also has functions to remotely book samples in and out and supports 2D barcoding.

This means Pro-curo Software Ltd’s tracking and reporting solution is the most comprehensive possible, and can be incorporated into a variety of existing systems across a range of laboratory types.

Every Pro-curo software user has complete access - by phone, email or live chat - to the company’s 24- hour customer support system, for round-the-clock security.

Laboratories know that an expert team is always on hand to provide whatever help may be needed, and providing added confidence in the system.


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