How Bio Reference Laboratories Realized $100 K ROI In Seven Months

By PRESS RELEASE — June 17, 2009

TREVOSE, PA -- AirClic, a leading mobile solutions provider for business operations, announced that Bio-Reference Laboratories, Inc. (BRLI) the third largest full-service lab in the US realized ROI on its $100,000 investment in AirClic technology within seven months of its deployment.

BRLI services physician offices with concentrations in the focused markets of esoteric testing, molecular diagnostic, anatomical pathology, women's healthcare and correctional health care. The Company has been in business for more than 20 years and experiences 18-20 percent growth each year.

"We challenged AirClic to help us improve workflow processes, gain greater visibility into our fleet and, most importantly, decrease the amount of missed specimen pickups," said Ron Rayot, VP and Director of Logistics for BRLI. "Within seven months of the deployment -- it clicked. We saw ROI in the form of improved specimen tracking and processing, as well as a 61 percent reduction in missed specimen pick-ups. We also experienced savings we didn't anticipate and realized a new synergy because employees are working more efficiently and we are able to keep up with the steady growth in our business without increasing overhead."

The AirClic solution has helped BRLI to gain competitive advantage, resulting in accountability and efficiency in its couriers, improved customer service and most importantly, better patient care. Lost specimens reflect poorly on not only BRLI, but the physicians as well. With such a dramatic decrease in lost specimens, patients are getting results in a timely fashion and, where necessary, receiving a diagnosis and treatment quickly.

"In today's economy, businesses need to see results from investments as quickly as possible. The success of BRLI is a testament to how quickly "it clicks" for our clients to realize the benefits of our mobile business solutions," said Tim Bradley, CEO of AirClic.

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