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Ocimum Biosolutions Enters “Core Facility Management Software” Space with “Facility Tracker™”

Published: Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, August 13, 2013
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New cloud-based, ready to use software enables interface with Ocimum's electronic lab notebook and LIMS.

Ocimum Biosolutions has announced its entry into the Core Facility Management Software space with the launch of its new product Facility Tracker™ today. This is a cloud-based, ready to use software for academic, R&D, CRO, hospitals, manufacturing, and QA&QC core facilities across various industry types. Its competitive advantages include options to interface with electronic lab note and to scale up to Ocimum’s powerful and popular laboratory information management system (LIMS), Biotracker™.

Mr. Subash Lingareddy, CFO and President of Ocimum Biosolutions, said, “Facility Tracker™ is our solution to manage core facilities and their customers , identified from our 12+ years of experience in running and working with core facilities”.

Mr. Sridhar Reddy, Senior Vice-President, Bio-IT operations  said, “With Facility Tracker™ we have an unmatched system especially made for core facilities, and it integrates seamlessly with Biotracker™ ”.

Facility Tracker™ is an innovative and intuitive core facility management software developed by Ocimum Biosolutions. Facility Tracker™ automates and streamlines processes with increased communication and connectivity within and outside a core facility, while saving time and costs. Available as an on-premise or SaaS model, Facility Tracker™ works best in all popular browsers, desktops, laptops tablets and other smart devices supported. It offers a gamut of features including user, instrument, inventory, sample, customer, and service request management; resource scheduling; results and reports tracking; notifications; invoicing; and reporting. In addition, Facility Tracker™ is compliant with standards such as GLP, GXP, and 21 CFR Part 11. These advantages come from Biotracker™ technology, using which Facility Tracker™ was built.


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