New Software for Laboratory Services Management
Jul 07 2012 Read 11095 Times
AgileBio, an IT solutions specialist providing web-based software for life sciences for over 10 years, has announced the release of Lab Services Manager (LSM), a complementary application for its LIMS, LabCollector.
The LSM provides a dedicated interface to manage laboratory jobs/analysis in pharma or biotech industries as well as core facilities among universities and other research institutes. LSM is an affordable alternative to existing software.
The LSM add-on is a network based application that helps laboratory providing services to clients or partners to keep track of all samples arriving for processing. Technical staff and project managers have a control interface to validate requests, start jobs and integrate results reports.
LSM is suitable for laboratories, biotechs, pharma companies and core facilities interested in services follow up. All steps, assays, protocols, parameters and results reports can be configured and adapted to any kind of lab services. It includes a dedicated customer interface to place request, follow the process and download results reports.
Financial administrators can generate customised bills for each investigator.
LSM and LabCollector are based on web technologies allowing collaborative usage and easy setup, and remote/network access.
The main LSM benefits include: dashboard with quick overview; unlimited projects/jobs; custom services/analysis definition; manage users level permissions operators management; reagents and equipment management; samples status and processing; results upload and formatting client interface; multilanguage interface.
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