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A Laboratory Information System (LIS), AutoLims is marketed to hospitals and reference/HMO laboratories. Its advanced architecture and design includes multi-tier technology, multiple platforms support (all variants of Windows clients, UNIX/Windows Servers), multiple database support (Oracle, MSSQL, Informix, Cache), multiple order entry method support (screen, barcode, OMR, ASCII files), multi-user technology, browser access to lab results, flexible color XML/XSL reporting and much more.

AutoLims addresses work flow requirements, including requisition entry from numerous sources, samples and shipments, routing and communication, results validation, data distribution and repository, as well as powerful reporting capabilities.

AutoLims is installed and used in over 250 laboratories, and is adapted to the special needs and requirements presented by the US healthcare regulations, practices and billing system and has been purchased by major US laboratories.

Product AutoLims
Company SofTov Ltd.
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SofTov Ltd.
32 Ha'shacham Street, Ramat-Siv P.O.Box 7112 Petach-Tikva 49170 ISRAEL

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