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ElmTree System

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The ElmTree System was created by a team of engineers, managers, system analysts, and programmers specifically for engineering &and construction materials testing laboratories. This full-featured system covers all normal aspects of the daily operation of a materials testing laboratory: prepare proposals to clients, dispatch technicians, log in samples and schedule tests, report test results, and invoice clients. With minimal customization, it can export directly to the company’s existing general ledger accounting system. ElmTree is useful for the entire lab staff, with data input by clerical and technician personnel, with report reviews and quality checks by engineers and managers, and with invoicing for accounting personnel.

Many standard reports are included in the basic version of ElmTree, and these report formats can be customized to users’ requirements. Additional standardized reports can be added as requested. No amount of standardized reports will cover all testing and reporting possibilities, so ElmTree provides for OLE-compatible reports which can use other Windows-compatible programs such as Microsoft Word or Excel to develop customized reports. Reports can be sent by paper, fax, e-mail, or posted to a website for client access. The ElmTree System also provides several standard management reports:

Project billed-to-date invoice totals
Budget vs. Actual invoiced by project
Status of samples and tests in system
Report by test type on length of time from login to test date to report date.

ElmTree System is uniquely suited for engineering and construction materials testing. The system addresses compliance with standards, such as ASTM and AASHTO, and has been reviewed by several accreditation agencies.

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ElmTree System
4300 Lincoln Blvd Oklahoma City, OK 73105 USA

Tel: +1 866.350.8661 toll-free or +1 (405) 606-8661
Fax: +1 (405) 606-8662
Email: info@elmtree.com



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