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Planer to distribute Pro-curo Software's solutions worldwide

Pro-curo Software has appointed Planer as its new worldwide distributor. Planer, a supplier of controlled-rate freezers for biomedical uses, will supply Pro-curo Software’s sample tracking software to users ranging from single, small laboratories to large institutes through its teams located around the world.

‘We are delighted to have Planer as a distributor for our location and tracking system,’ said Mark Walker, director of Pro-curo Software. ‘With their involvement, we hope to share our product with a whole new group of researchers, from Australia to Zambia, who are looking to record and protect their samples. Pro-curo Software and Planer both appreciate how valuable such samples can be, and together are completely dedicated to safeguarding them.’

Pro-curo software is a comprehensive tracking and reporting package that includes powerful search functions, automatic printing of 2D barcodes and a multilevel location structure. Fully compliant with the FDA’s 21CFR Part 11 requirements, the software stores a complete history of every sample transaction for future traceability, meaning users can be sure that irreplaceable samples are fully monitored.

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