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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Feb. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- LIMSABC, the premiere provider of Laboratory Information Management Systems has once again, knocked one out of the ballpark. Their new LIMS software that is specifically designed for laboratories providing drug screening is so inclusive that it makes the cloud LIMS from other companies look like they are from more than a decade ago. The ability to have a LIMS software that handles a host of necessary functions is essential to the growth and integrity of a toxicology lab. The software experts at LIMSABC have developed an incredible cloud LIMS system that will handle the needs and requirements of any toxicology lab.

The new LIMSABC software for Toxicology labs provides LIMS users with options that have never been available before in labs. With this cloud LIMS, users can track point of care test results, prescribed medications, create reports and manage clients, patients and projects, as well as many other things. This is the first cloud LIMS available that will handle all of the tasks necessary for running and maintaining an efficient and state of the art toxicology laboratory.

The CEO of LIMSABC, Gabriel Balint said "There has been a major deficit regarding LIMS software and its ability to be completely useful for drug screening labs. There are constantly new chemicals and drug compounds that need to be tested for, and without a customizable LIMS, the toxicology lab is simply left treading water." Mr. Balint continues to say "Our cloud LIMS software that is specifically designed for toxicology and drug screening labs will help those labs produce more reliable results more efficiently than ever."

LIMSABC is constantly striving to improve software for toxicology labs globally. The ability to efficiently test and document drug screening results is important in the lab however; it is equally important to be able to email, text, fax and have the reports available online as soon as possible for the client. This immediate access to data is not only important for the toxicology lab's clients, but boosts the reputation of the lab for having the ability to provide reliable results and findings quickly and efficiently. For more information about the innovative new cloud LIMS software for toxicology labs from LIMSABC, please visit www.limsabc.com or call 800-834-8618 to speak to a LIMS software expert to discuss the needs of your toxicology lab. This consultation is absolutely free.

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