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AP-NEXT, Inc. Wins $48,550 VA Contract

US Federal Contractor Registration Client Is Also Available to Provide Its Proprietary Software to Other Health Care Systems

/ -- CLEARWATER, FL--(Marketwired - April 19, 2016) - US Federal Contractor Registration, the world's largest third-party government registration firm, is pleased to announce that AP-NEXT, Inc. has received a five-year, $48,550 contract from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

This contract calls for AP-NEXT, Inc. to provide to the VA its proprietary Omni-Assistant software for Laboratory Optimization and Compliance Management.

"Omni-Assistant is an affordable, high-value, and unique software that addresses how a laboratory can best improve quality and maintain accreditation, while reducing operating costs," said AP-NEXT, Inc. President Jean-Marc Brousseau. "[Omni-Assistant is] the most complete solution for clinical laboratories facing major challenges with limited human and financial resources."

AP-NEXT is available to provide its Omni-Assistant software to support health care systems and laboratories with additional solutions, including quality optimization, pathology reporting, inventory management, and document management.

This contract with the VA is the first contract that AP-NEXT, Inc. has received since completing its System for Award Management (SAM) Registration in January 2016. It has provided Omni-Assistant to several health care facilities around the country, including Anderson Hospital, Sonic Reference Laboratory, Advocate Eureka Hospital, Rockford Memorial, Buchanan County Health Center, and Southcoast Health.

AP-NEXT, Inc. is a US Federal Contractor Registration Verified Vendor and has received the USFCR Verified Vendor Seal. The Verified Vendor seal shows procurement officers that a company's registration is being maintained and that the company has successfully completed its SAM Registration.

"Winning a contract within two or three months of completing the SAM Registration is certainly not unusual," said Eric Knellinger, president of US Federal Contractor Registration. "But by providing a unique service and/or product, like AP-NEXT, Inc. does, your opportunities to work with the federal government increase. We're here to help companies do just what AP-NEXT, Inc. did -- submit a bid proposal that procurement officers and contracting agents can't help but choose."

For more information about AP-NEXT, Inc. and Omni-Assistant, call 800-979-0264 or visit

US Federal Contractor Registration
877-252-2700, ext. 1