Provide standardized workflows and protocols for lab processes to ensure that samples are processed consistently, and that data is collected accurately.
Automate manual tasks such as sample tracking, data entry, and report generation. Reduce the likelihood of human error and free up time for lab staff to focus on more critical tasks.
Centralize lab data to reduce the need for multiple software applications and manual data entry. This can help streamline IT operations, reduce support costs, and improve data accessibility and sharing across the organization.
Prevent data loss, tampering, or unauthorized access, and ensures that laboratory data is reliable and accurate by using a secure and centralized database for storing lab data.
ELNs are typically used to document and track all research activity. These systems provide an organized system for recording experiments, including collecting, storing, and organizing data from experiments. This functionality is a crucial part of your LIMS, which is focused on tracking samples and inventory as they move through complex testing processes. LIMS can be used to automate workflows and generate reports quickly while providing robust data integration capabilities.
Benefits of ELNs include:
Organize, order, allocate, and carry out lab procedures with ease. Build and manage activities linked to crucial laboratory workflows for mechanical and analytical tests, chemical synthesis processes, biological testing, protein purification procedures, polymerization, formulations optimization, and more using flexible activity templates. Define business procedures such as approvals, notifications, and routing, all according to your specific organizational requirements.
Benefits of Laboratory Task Management include:
Streamline and standardize laboratory procedure authoring and deployment with a user-friendly web-based system that enables you to create step-by-step procedures and techniques based on industry standards.
Benefits of Lab Procedure Management include:
Centralize materials inventory management to make inventory monitoring, purchasing, and disposal simpler while minimizing waste from raw materials by up to 30%. Make quicker decisions by tracking progress through discovery and development. Guarantee consistency, accessibility, and GxP compliance while making data easy to search and share.
Benefits of Materials Management include: