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QSI signs distribution agreement with Camlab

Quality Systems International (QSI) has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with laboratory equipment specialist Camlab that will see both companies working together to market and support QSI's WinLims Rental solution throughout the UK.

QSI's WinLims Rental is a new approach to owning a LIMS. The 'out of the box' solution enables organisations to use a full LIMS package for a low monthly fee of a few hundred pounds a month, with a low up-front cost. WinLims Rental is identical to QSI's full WinLims system, and comes bundled with an installation program and tutorials to get users up and running as quickly and easily as possible. The rental agreements can be converted to a subscription contract or full purchase at any time, keeping an organisation's options open.

As an introductory offer Camlab is providing a 'try before you rent' free 30-day trial of the WinLims Rental software package that can be downloaded from the company's website.

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