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Lablite Announces Lablite CMT

Published: Sunday, November 11, 2012
Last Updated: Sunday, November 11, 2012
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Lablite has announced the release of Lablite CMT for calibration, measurement and testing

Lablite has announced the release of Lablite CMT for calibration, measurement and testing, a new product that satisfies internal and regulatory requirements for tracking lab equipment calibration and maintenance recordkeeping as well as training of personnel.

This robust, yet easy to use software can run as a stand-alone application or will integrate with Lablite SQL LIMS. With LabLite CMT you can schedule and track the calibration and maintenance required on every piece of equipment or component in your plant, lab, company or municipality. In addition to tracking routine or scheduled events you can track emergency repairs, the length of time an item is down, and the cost of these events.

The program allows you to add documents and images for each item of equipment. You can record service and warranty information and you can track the equipment location and the responsible party. LabLite CMT also allows you to schedule and track training. You can quickly record who attended the training and if they passed a specific training event. The program automatically updates individual training records and there are reports that identify training expiration dates by individual and by date.


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