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Finna Technologies is an independent software vendor which develops and markets LabAnalyst.NET, an affordable LIMS built entirely on the .NET platform. Finna also provides custom software development and consulting services to customers migrating to the .NET platform.

Finna Technologies introduced Labanalyst.NET during the International LIMS Conference in 2002. Built on Microsoft's .NET platform, Labanalyst.NET is an XML-based LIMS for small to mid-sized labs that is the first professional grade LIMS built entirely on Microsoft's .NET platform.

LabAnalyst.NET takes full advantage of .NET technology, including XML Web Services to share data with other systems; simplified maintenance that lets users update systems as easily as web applications; and, single sign-on security that's integrated with existing Windows domain security. The core of the system is a fully relational Microsoft SQL Server 2000 database.

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Finna Technologies, Inc.
2580 Foxfield Rd., Suite 101 St. Charles, IL 60174 USA

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