RURO Celebrates Fifth FreezerPro® Anniversary
News Oct 14, 2012
RURO, Inc., a developer of innovative research productivity tools, has announced its fifth year anniversary of FreezerPro software.
Since the initial release in the fall of 2007, more than one thousand lab businesses have installed FreezerPro for reducing input errors, increasing staff productivity, and establishing 21 CFR part 11-compliant traceability.
“The fifth anniversary of the FreezerPro is a significant milestone for our company. We are extremely happy to achieve such excellent progress in engineering in such a short period of time! The extensive growth of RFID technology and our ability to successfully implement it inspires us to strive for even greater advancements in this field”, states RURO’s Systems Architect, Vlad Lebedev.
“Our software is designed, engineered and supported all from our headquarters in Frederick, MD. We are proud to be responsible for such an outstanding product, and even more proud to provide an excellent customer care and support in over thirty countries and seven different languages”, said Alex Nikolaitchik, Ph. D., Senior Scientist with RURO.
"FreezerPro has proven to be an exceptional product in the field of sample tracking and specimen storage. Our advancements in the RFID field have put us in front of all of the competition, and our excellent customer care is no exception."
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