LabVantage sees record numbers for Annual User Conference

LabVantage Solutions has seen a record number of customer and partner participants at its annual Training & Education Conference held at The Venetian Resort Hotel in Las Vegas Nevada.

LabVantage showcased the latest release of the Sapphire R5 Laboratory Information Management Suite, a zero footprint and configurable off-the-shelf (COTS) solution consolidating functionality typically found in multiple laboratory systems.

‘For our customers, partners, and the LabVantage staff, the annual LabVantage user conference presents a distinctive forum in which to exchange information, experience, and insight,’ said Jim Aurelio, president and CEO of LabVantage. ‘This year's conference proved to be especially gratifying for all as we rolled out the latest Sapphire R5 suite, and shared our vision for the laboratory informatics market.’

The conference enabled customers to view detailed functional demonstrations of the latest functionality, as well as, learn about the clear paths to upgrade to the latest release. It also provided practical insights and case studies from customers across multiple industries.

LabVantage has tentatively set the 2009 conference for June at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in New Orleans, LA.

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