New Enterprise-Level Chromatography Data System Software Enhances Laboratory Efficiency, Compliance and Standardisation
Mar 20 2020 Read 1427 Times
Laboratory scientists and IT experts in industrial, chemical and pharmaceutical fields can benefit from improved productivity and reduced system administration costs with a new enterprise CDS software that can leverage cloud technology to standardise systems for increased connectivity, flexibility and security.
The new Thermo Scientific Chromeleon 7.3 CDS software is designed to provide greater automation and better workflow support to help customers achieve significant productivity gains of up to 33%. Chromeleon 7.3 CDS can be easily integrated into company systems and seamlessly scaled from workstation to global enterprise deployment, ensuring continuity throughout the business. Using cloud-based technology, the software allows operation from remote locations across global laboratory networks, therefore reducing administrative costs and providing resourcing flexibility – all while delivering an increased number of accurate results, even for non-expert users.
"Organisations are looking to improve efficiency while tracking and tracing all data for auditing purposes and regulatory compliance," said Matt Hazlewood, Senior Director, Global Chromatography Data Systems, Thermo Fisher Scientific. "Through the launch of Chromeleon 7.3 CDS software, customers can implement a scalable enterprise solution that increases productivity, while reducing costs and the burden on IT infrastructure – without impacting compliance."
Universal eWorkflow procedures facilitate efficient sample analysis across the company by allowing users to create customised workflows from adaptable templates. With the increasing challenge of meeting ever-changing standards and regulations, the new system also incorporates enhanced, searchable audit trials, helping laboratories to more easily achieve and maintain comprehensive compliance by simplifying data audit trail capture, query and review.
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