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Qualoupe LIMS from Two Fold Software Helps Contract Laboratories Grow Business

Published: Wednesday, May 01, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, May 01, 2013
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Qualoupe’s user-friendly system saves businesses time and money.

Qualoupe LIMS from Two Fold Software includes specific features to fit with the dynamic needs of contract testing laboratories.

As well as providing core LIMS functionalities to support day to day laboratory work, Qualoupe software helps labs meet the challenges of providing analytical testing to clients while still growing and supporting their business.

By creating a secure, reliable interface between laboratories and their clients, Qualoupe’s user-friendly system saves businesses time and money.

The software automatically provides fast and accurate production of invoices and estimates for improved, more streamlined cash flows, while the flexibility of the system means laboratories have control over pricing plans.

Customers can log in to Qualoupe remotely to view results and book in their own samples.

In addition to the automated invoices and remote access, the system’s flexible reporting enables customer specific reports and formats, and trending and graphical analysis of customer data gives a detailed overview of the work being done within the lab.

Furthermore, laboratories and their clients can feel confident knowing that Qualoupe provides a controlled environment for the recording and storage of results, improving traceability and aiding compliance with today’s strict regulatory standards.

By incorporating all these features, Qualoupe LIMS can help contract testing labs grow a loyal customer base, without having to pay the high prices traditionally associated with LIMS systems.

UK-based Two Fold Software is dedicated to providing affordable, fit for service, business software to companies of all sizes. Their distinctive rental scheme distributes costs and makes the software available even to smaller companies.

All of Qualoupes features are available from as little as £266 a month, including full support.


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