|Companies That Sell Computerized Stereology Systems|
|Offers Comprehensive Team Science Approach [computerized systems, outsourcing services, study design, professional training, consulting, stereology books]||✔|
|Computerized Stereology System With Image Analysis/Image Processing||✔||✗||✗||✗|
|Teach Stereology Workshops & Courses For Bioscientists||✔||✗|
|Peer-reviewed Stereology Books By Professional Publishers (not self-published)||✔|
|Owned And Operated By Professionally Trained Stereologists and Ph.D. Bioscientists||✔|
|Stereology of Real-time Microscope and Stored Images||✔||✗||✗||✗|
|Offer Options for Semi-Automatic and Manual Stereology||✔|
Vendors of Computerized Stereology Systems
SRC: Stereology Resource Center, Inc. (Tampa-St. Petersburg, FL)
Visiopharm: VisioPharm A/S (Hoersholm, Denmark)
MBF: Microbrightfield (MBF Bioscience, Inc., Williston, VT)
Bioquant: Bioquant Image Analysis, Inc. (Nashville, TN)
What you get: Users of different computerized stereology systems consistently pick Stereologer on the basis of automation, user-friendly workflow, affordability, and year-over-year satisfaction.
What you avoid with Stereologer:
Upselling or annoying salespeople. The SRC is dedicated to providing affordable stereology resources to the international bioscience community. We do not participate in aggressive upselling of overpriced hardware, unnecessary software and other services unrelated to your projects. The majority of our customers appreciate this benefit of our sales approach a great deal.
Being Overcharged. Stereologer users save tens of thousands of dollars at initial purchase and thousands more every year on support contracts. A review of quotes for comparable systems reveals that some companies dramatically overcharge customers for stereology-related hardware (microscopes, motorized stage, camera, computer/monitor).
Annual Licensing Fees. When you buy a Stereologer system you own it, with the option for the lowest-priced support contracts in the industry. Compare this systems with annual licensing fees for less user-friendly software and higher prices for support contracts.