Junction Concepts, Inc.

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Junction Concepts, Inc.
Type Corporation
Industry Laboratory informatics
Headquarters 2200 Douglas Blvd, Suite 175B, Roseville, California, U.S.
Number of locations 1
Area served U.S.
Key people Shan Randhawa
Website qbench.com

Junction Concepts, Inc. provides laboratory informatics consulting services to QBench, Inc.


Junction Concepts, Inc. was formally founded in June 2015.[1] On August 11, 2022, a Delaware entity QBench, Inc. was incorporated.[2] Per personal correspondence, "assets of the business and customer contracts were moved" from Junction Concepts to the Delaware-based QBench entity, with Junction Concepts still existing as a legal entity, though it's not clear in what capacity it functions. Presumably it provides consulting services to QBench, Inc (personal correspondence).

Prior offerings

QBench was a Junction Concepts-owned laboratory information management system (LIMS) "that helps testing labs manage the end-to-end testing workflow from sample receiving to automated results reporting."[3] The software could be deployed on-site or in the cloud.[4]

See QBench, Inc. for the current iteration of the QBench LIMS.


  1. "Business Search". California Secretary of State. https://bizfileonline.sos.ca.gov/search/business. Retrieved 08 February 2022. "Search for entity # 3797857" 
  2. "General Information Name Search". State of Delaware, Division of Corporations. https://icis.corp.delaware.gov/ecorp/entitysearch/NameSearch.aspx. Retrieved 08 February 2022. "Search for file # 6962649" 
  3. "QBench: Software That Runs the Modern Lab". Junction Concepts, Inc. Archived from the original on 07 August 2020. https://web.archive.org/web/20200807090336/https://qbench.net/. Retrieved 08 February 2023. 
  4. "QBench: Features at a glance". Junction Concepts, Inc. Archived from the original on 23 January 2020. https://web.archive.org/web/20200123145536/http://qbench.net/qbench-lims/. Retrieved 08 February 2023.