To upgrade, to buy or to build, that is the question...
For many, Y2K was "much ado about nothing," so in retrospect many laboratories are loathe to invest in change to their infrastructure without significant proof that it's a recoverable expense. Assuming that all commercially available LIMS are equally accurate, vendors must convince labs by a general improvement in productivity in the short-term and an overall boost in flexibility and scalability in the long run, that substitution is an economically viable option. That's a fair enough consideration for any potential customer to ask of any LIMS vendor. Desert Oasis addresses the fears some potential users may have of replacing pre-existing known software shortcomings with ALIS by emphasizing the following points:Productivity
What are your peers saying about us?" Dear Mr. Payne,
... Until we started working with you our
only experience with programmers, and we've worked with several, had been
rather unpleasant and mostly a huge waste of time and effort. We have been
fooling around for about 5 years trying to get a software package we could use,
being controlled by people who did not know what we were doing and had no
interest in trying to work with us. Every time we detailed what we wanted to do
we were told 1) you can't do that or 2) you don't need to do that. I'm telling
you this so you know how much we really mean it when we say we appreciate your
... I think we are getting into a productive routine with the compost report module. Our customers are responding well to the new format -- especially the percentage bar graphs. Thank you for all your hard work!...Best regards, "
Contact us today, to see why universities like Kansas State, Cornell, Iowa State and others are using ALIS in their labs. Find out what private labs have discovered about ALIS' ease of use. Check out the program to see why consulting firms use ALIS. Download your own fully functional time limited copy of ALIS, or download the tutorials, from our Downloads page. Only faxing is disabled in the demo files.
No registration forms or required information forms are involved. Questions will be gladly answered either on our toll-free line at 1-888-745-2547, or via e-mail at: [email protected] Just a quick note, version 2.0 is scheduled for release in Spring of 2004. If you wish to beat any price increases, purchase a license for 1.9h now, and get the upgrade to version 2.0 for free! Read more about it in 'What's New'.
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