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RURO releases LIMS 24/7 Version 4

Published: Friday, December 28, 2012
Last Updated: Friday, December 28, 2012
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Evolving disciplines, supporting hardware and demands on lab staff are the key drivers behind version 4 of LIMS 24/7.

Since its release in 2009, LIMS 24/7 has offered its users comprehensive mining into data and metadata. LIMS 24/7 Version 4 now introduces a host of improvements designed to get users to searched information and understanding faster. The new release also features additional communication methods to support the growing emphasis on collaboration that many organizations are experiencing today and an improved internal reporting tool that erases the need for any external reporting software.

When upgrading laboratory instrumentation, LIMS compatibility is crucial for the avoidance of input errors, double entry and lost efficiency. LIMS 24/7 Version 4 ensures its efficacy as an automated central data repository beyond deployment by enhanced instrument integration features and new modular expandability, such as its optional Pedigree Tree Drawing platform.

Featured enhancements for LIMS 24/7 Version 4 include:

• Improved user interface (UI) with multiple tools to visualize important data upon user sign on or in the user’s tool bar

• File Repository home screen section populated with a quick-reference roster of databases, forms or other document links and downloads

• Improved data query interface allows users to instantly view mined data by priority, frequency, type or any other category

• Additional access permission rights, user defined field types, chart types, report configuration tools, alert methods, supported barcode printers and more

“We are thrilled that almost all the content in the new release came from user feedback. I’m especially excited for those in Genomics and for our QA/QC lab groups to see the improvements”, says Vlad Lebedev, Systems Architect with RURO.


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