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Qualoupe Lite Data Management Software Launched

Published: Thursday, January 31, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, January 30, 2013
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Qualoupe Lite integrates seamlessly with Jenway Spectrophotometers for the efficient management of laboratory data.

Qualoupe Lite is a low cost, intuitive laboratory data management system, which is supplied with simple interface software to automate the transfer of results from the Jenway 67 series spectrophotometers.

Analysis results and method information can be transferred directly from the instrument to the database, ready to be recalled for review at any point. This cuts out the need for traditional paper or multiple PC data storage systems.

For companies currently without access to an easy data storage and recall system that can be audited, but who do not want to spend large amounts on overcomplicated software, the Qualoupe Lite system is ideal.

Ease of use is key, and with straightforward procedures for setting up new tests, adding pass and fail limits and recalling results, Qualoupe Lite can be used to store and recall laboratory data with minimal training.

A results report can be printed from the Sample Manager application, and users have the option to upgrade to a full Qualoupe LIMS system in the future.

“Bibby Scientific’s Qualoupe Lite data management software offers a balance between functionality and cost for laboratories that are moving to a modern computer system to store their test data,” said David Corrigan, Applications Specialist at Bibby Scientific.

Qualoupe Lite is available in English, French and German languages. Its straightforward, intuitive use makes it ideal for use in a range of laboratory settings.


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