New Low Cost Version of Electronic Lab Notebook Software Introduced

LABTrack, LLC introduced today its newest product - LABTrack Personal - a low cost version of it's award winning electronic lab notebook software.

Lake Forest, CA, July 04, 2007 --( LABTrack LLC, developer of the award winning LABTrack Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN), introduced today its newest ELN product - LABTrack Personal.

LABTrack Personal gives scientists and engineers the ability to replace their paper lab notebooks and work sheets with a powerful electronic equivalent. Like the Team and Enterprise editions, LABTrack Personal incorporates an easy to learn thin client word processor. And LABTrack Personal incorporates the new Smart-xForms technology for storing customized formatted data with full searching capabilities supported.

LABTrack Personal runs on Microsoft 2000 Server, 2003 Server, Windows XP Professional, Vista Business and Vista Ultimate PCs. Up to five (5) users may share a LABTrack Personal system using 21 CFR Part 11 compliant user accounts.

LABTrack Personal comes with the free MSDE and Oracle XE databases from Microsoft and Oracle respectively. When interfaced to larger SQL Server and Oracle 10g database servers, users can create and store an unlimited number of notebooks and notebook pages. The free databases are limited to 2 GB (MSDE) and GB (Oracle XE).

Please visit or call (949) 528-3840 for more information.

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About LABTrack, LLC

LABTrack, LLC, is headquartered in Lake Forest, California. LABTrack, LLC introduced LABTrack - the first commercial electronic lab notebook (ELN) software in 1997. LABTrack is currently in use by thousands of users at life science companies, chemicals manufacturers, academic, government and institutional research laboratories around the world. The LABTrack Electronic Lab Notebook is considered by many people to be the premier electronic lab notebook software on the market today.

Richard Stember