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BTLIMS

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AIS International's BTLIMS is a Windows network-based LIMS that enables laboratories to manage complex processes and comply with national and international quality management system requirements. BTLIMS consolidates diverse business processes into a single, compliant platform with a comprehensive data management system. BTLIMS is a paperless and automated program that can handle numerous processes while ultimately providing accurate scientific data.

BTLIMS can be configured to match the dynamic processes of virtually any laboratory in environmental, industrial hygiene, public health, food, water and chemical industries.

Product BTLIMS
Company Accessible Information Systems (AIS)
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Accessible Information Systems (AIS)
AIS International, Ltd. 10100 East Freeway Houston, TX 77029 USA

Tel: +1 713-675-1100 or +1 866-675-1152

Email: info@ais-technology.com



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