Web-enabled lab management solution

March 2006
Ophthalmology Times;3/15/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p94
Trade Publication
The article features Optifacts Inc.'s Optifacts O2, the first Web-enabled system available to optical laboratories. The Optifacts is designed for surfacing and integrated retail laboratory processing 100 jobs daily. It has the ability to access a Web server via high-speed Internet connection. A contact information is given.


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