In the early 1920's, a group of biologists recognized the need for a centralized source of life science information that would provide accurate, indexed references and abstracts to the published literature. That small group of biologists created the organization now known as BIOSIS. Today the need for organized information continues to grow with the continued proliferation of journals and the introduction of new electronic information sources.
An information provider like Biosis knows the true value of timely accurate information and they expect nothing less from their fixed asset system. This is one of the primary reasons they chose the Bassets Fixed Asset System. Additionally, they utilize the glue G/L feature to simply data entry of their general ledger codes, while the reports automatically assemble several segments for detailed reporting requirements. Biosis helps others to easily access important information, just like Bassets.