February 2017 Newsletter

LabStats is very excited to be attending the following conferences in 2017. We always appreciate the opportunity to meet LabStats users face-to-face and have a bit of fun. We hope to see you there!

January 2017 Newsletter

We look forward to working with each of you in 2017 and we sincerely hope that this upcoming year is your best one yet! We’d also like to recognize the following organizations who began using LabStats in 2016. Welcome!

December 2016 Newsletter

The entire LabStats team would like to join in wishing you a joyful Holiday Season and a very Happy New Year! Thank you for your continued partnership and support. We look forward to working with you for many years to come!

November 2016 Newsletter

This November we’re very thankful for all of our LabStats users. We’d especially like to thank the organizations who joined the LabStats family in 2016. Welcome! We look forward to working with each of you!

October 2016 Newsletter

We’re pleased to inform you that on-site training is available for all those who wish for assistance learning how to use LabStats. A LabStats representative will visit your school and help with any issues.

September 2016 Newsletter

Last week, we released a major update to LabStats which included new reports, dozens of new features, and many bug fixes. This big release was in development for five months and will be the last deploy of its size.

August 2016 Newsletter

We shared with you recently that we’ve made big improvements to our development process and drastically reduced the amount of new bugs being created. New features do sometimes include a minor bugs.

July 2016 Newsletter

We understand that summer is a very busy and important time as you prepare for the upcoming school year. Feel free to reach out to our Sales team to obtain a quote for additional LabStats licenses.

June 2016 Newsletter

We had a blast at LabMan 2016 in New Orleans! Here’s what our Development, Support, and Sales departments had to say about their experiences at the conference: