SCC Announces September 2015 Trade Show Schedule

September 15, 2015

(Clearwater, FL) September 15, 2015 – SCC Soft Computer, leading laboratory and genetics information management systems software company, is announcing its trade show schedule for September 2015:

Middle East Molecular Biology Society Congress (MEMBS)
Istanbul Congress Center
Istanbul, Turkey
September 18 – 20
Stand A23

Mayo’s Leveraging the Laboratory
Grand Hyatt Denver
Denver, Colorado
September 23 – 24
Booth H

49th Congress of the Brazilian Society of Clinical Pathology & Lab Medicine
Centro de Eventos do Ceará
Fortaleza, Brazil
September 29 – October 2
Stand 73

SCC will be offering private demonstrations, Q&A with Sales Executives, and information on SCC’s range of products. To schedule a meeting or demonstration, please contact Ellie Vahman, (727) 789-0100, extension 4052, or ellie@softcomputer.com.

About SCC Soft Computer
SCC Soft Computer is at the forefront of laboratory, genetics, outreach, and blood services information systems software development and offers full suites of laboratory and genetics information management system solutions. Since 1979, SCC has designed, developed, and delivered powerful integrated clinical information management system solutions to hospitals, large IDNs (integrated delivery networks), and laboratories.
Considered the world’s largest LIS software production house – with a workforce of more than 1,800 professionals dedicated to LIS development – SCC has experience in accomplishing complex LIS implementations in large, multisite environments. The company has a history of success in a wide variety of clinical laboratory environments – from commercial and public health laboratories, to university-based teaching environments, to research and clinical trials labs, and multisite health systems with both distributed and core laboratory operations. Their robust, integrated information systems dramatically increase productivity in the laboratory enabling hospitals of all sizes to do more in less time with fewer FTEs.

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