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Agri-Labs Information Systems (ALIS) LIMS

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The Agri-Labs Information Systems (ALIS) LIMS was written specifically for labs analyzing soils, water, plant tissues, feeds and forage, compost, and manure to handle the information and reporting needs for environmental, agricultural and industrial concerns. For agricultural labs making fertilizer recommendations, ALIS will help users automate the creation of their recommendations.

ALIS is modular, so users only need purchase the modules that concern the sample types they actually work with. Later, as the lab grows and needs change, additional modules can be purchased and activated with a minimum of fuss.

ALIS is very competitively priced, allowing smaller labs some of the same benefits that larger labs have enjoyed for years. Fully functional but time-limited demo CDs are available on request, or download the majority of ALIS directly from their website.

ALIS is being successfully used in public universities, private laboratories, and non-lab consultants across the United States and into Mexico.

Product Agri-Labs Information Systems (ALIS) LIMS
Company Desert Oasis Software Company LLC
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Desert Oasis Software Company LLC
1134 W. Columbia Ave PO Box 185 Moses Lake, WA 98837 USA

Tel: +1-888-745-2547
Fax: +1-509-764-8237
Email: info@agri-labs.com



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