Freezerworks Announces Spring Training Camp for 2015

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The biobank software company will hold a three-day training camp in Washington, DC to discuss and demonstrate the multiple ways their products can further the field of translational medicine.

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The training camp is designed so that you can come to learn in a comfortable and hands on environment all you can accomplish with Freezerworks.

From March 4 to March 6, 2015, Freezerworks will be holding a Spring Training Camp in Washington, D.C. Similar to the company’s other educational events, the Freezerworks Spring Training Camp will provide three days of in-depth training on all aspects of Freezerworks. As such, all interested parties and clients may attend.

Over the course of the event, Freezerworks will offer a number of sessions to promote customer-to-customer interaction and the spread of product knowledge. Attendees will also have the chance to work with a Freezerworks Support Specialist. Whether a new client or a longstanding customer, the company believes that many people will benefit from explanations of their software’s more advanced areas, as well as a demonstration of the latest features.

The Freezerworks Spring Training Camp is designed to help ensure that clients and prospective customers understand the full capabilities and applications of the company’s software.

"Freezerworks is a very powerful and extremely flexible laboratory data and sample management program," said Andrew Michels, Freezerworks’ Support Director. "The tasks you can accomplish with it are very wide ranging. Sometimes that can be a little intimidating. The training camp is designed so that you can come to learn in a comfortable and hands on environment all you can accomplish with Freezerworks. Then, armed with that knowledge, you can build the system your organization needs and be prepared to adapt it as your needs adapt."

However, despite the existing structure of the event, Freezerworks believes its camp is flexible enough to meet all of its attendees’ needs.

"Attendees can begin the process there at the camp, and take their work back to their laboratory and continue the process,” said Michels. “Or, they can learn how to accomplish more with their existing system, and begin the process of learning how to either expand or streamline their system."

Owing to these varying possibilities, Freezerworks has high hopes for all involved.

"It really is an empowering experience for all who can attend," Michels said.

The Freezerworks Spring Training Camp will be held in the MicroTek Building in Washington, DC. Space is limited, and attendees have been asked to register online at

About Freezerworks

Freezerworks helps research and biotech laboratories keep track of samples and specimens. Their product line of sample management software meets FDA guidelines. To learn more, visit

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