Con-Test Analytical Laboratory Announces Its New Environmental Mobile Application

EAST LONGMEADOW, MA -- As of February 2014, Con-Test Analytical Laboratory's new environmental application, iLab, is available to download for IOS and Android systems. This is Con-Test's first major leap into the ever-evolving realm of mobile technology. "We recognize the benefit of offering this new application—the first of its kind in the industry—to our dedicated customers," said Kevin J. Gibbons, Director of Business Development at Con-Test.

The iLab mobile app was designed to facilitate optimal communication between field technicians and project chemists. Because Con-Test also recognizes that its customers are constantly on the go and relying upon smartphones and tablets, Con-Test wishes to provide more information and frequent updates, directly at its customers' fingertips.

As always, Con-Test is committed to quality, customer service, consistency, and fostering open communication between its team members and its customers. Con-Test believes that the iLab app will help endorse the company's mission and encourage progress.

For more information on Con-Test's new mobile app, visit http://www.contestlabs.com/ilab
 

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