Limfinity 5

Ruro a LIMS, RFID and Sample Management systems provider, has released Limfinity version 5.

The new release includes a streamlined user interface that was developed in line with a year-long customer feedback initiative. It also features enhancements including: an upgraded technology stack to support latest web application technologies; high-resolution displays with scalable vector graphics; a new freezer box; live/real-time mapping and other graphical displays in system U; an enhanced security model that supports extremely intricate data sequestration; and optimisation for cloud deployment, including Amazon and Microsoft Azure.

Limfinity is the engine behind RURO’s LIMS 24/7 – now available as a stand-alone system that can be deployed without expert knowledge. Limfinity Plus includes RURO services to lead the deployment of Limfinity.


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