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Default web/intranet based chemical inventory program Chemoventory 2.0



Dear Sir/ Madam,

We are pleased to release web/intranet based chemical inventory
program Chemoventory 2.0,
a web based software.Chemoventory can be accessed over existing
intranet
using any browser. Can be installed in any local machine or server
and
requires PHP, Apache web server, free PHP accelerator and MySQL
database.

Chemoventory installation takes less than 15 minutes, if you
installed PHP and mysql.

Some of the highlights of chemoventory:

Web or intranet based
Requires less expensive/ free web server and database
Can be installed in windows/Linux/Unix
Chemical entry
Chemical search by name, manufacturer, owner, location, room,
building, division and date
Add user/owner
Delete chemical entry
Transfer chemical to another user
Chemical detail view
Edit or add chemical properties
Search chemicals by CAS, chemical name, entry date etc
Update Quantity in hand
Available chemicals in all locations
Chemical Properties
Secured login (*)
Automatic registration and password management for registered users
(*)
Management of users (*)
Management of units, containers, category (*)
MSDS management (*)
Bulk chemical upload (*)
Unlimited level of user level controls and their functionality (*)
Transfer of all chemicals from one user to another user(*)
Reports chemicals, users, locations etc (*)
Export of data (*)
and many more
(*) available in Standard version

Chemoventory comes in two versions: Lite and Standard versions.
Lite version is free for educational and research labs.
Standard version is priced $200 for academic and $300 for
non-academic. Limited free support is included for both version.
All Standard version users are eligible for free upgrades.

Free demo of Standard version is available at
[Only registered users see links. ]

Free demo of Lite version is available at
[Only registered users see links. ]

Installation instructions and the links are found at
[Only registered users see links. ]
[Only registered users see links. ]
[Only registered users see links. ]

Test Installation files are available at
[Only registered users see links. ]
You should install this under the chemoventory directory
(c:/chemoventory/test/files) & (c:/chemoventory/include/files)


For getting copy of free/Standard version, please register
at [Only registered users see links. ]
Any question regarding this product should be
addressed to [Only registered users see links. ]
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