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Chikpea LIMS

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Chikpea Inc. is a Java engineering company with an international team located in India, Israel, and the United States, specializing in sales and service management solutions. Chikpea-LIMS is the flagship product of Chikpea Inc.

Chikpea-LIMS combines Sales and Service software with a LIMS solution, making it a complete business environment. It approaches Lab Management from the standpoint of a business with clients who call both front office and back office staff. It is attractive to companies with sales goals along with the need to produce standardized attractive reports of analysis findings.

Chikpea-LIMS provides a system that not only logs in samples but can invoice the client once the package has been completed. Chikpea-LIMS allows the technician working on findings to have access to the contact list of the client with internal notes on how to approach the client correctly. Each communication from the marketing department is available to the back office so they know how to assist a client who is taking advantage of a sales campaign.

Chikpea LIMS makes each project transparent to all parties. From the front office to the lab to the accounting division and to the customer himself, the Chikpea LIMS solution keeps everyone informed as to the status of an analysis, who is responsible for its current step, what the next step will be, as well as a glance at the current results. An automated status indicator is available through a secured proffessional looking customer portal, using the Internet to provide live access through a website to all the details each role requires.

Product Chikpea LIMS
Company Chikpea, Inc.
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Chikpea, Inc.
58 West Portal Blvd San Francisco, CA 94127 USA

Tel: +1 (415)661-8910


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