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AIS LIMS

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Analytical Information Systems (AIS) Limited was founded by specialists with many years experience in laboratory management and software development who developed AIS LIMS, a well established product currently in its sixth revision. The software is designed using object-oriented architecture for 32-bit bit Windows-based platforms and is developed using Computer Associates Visual Objects II, utilising client-server database strategy. AIS LIMS is therefore completely scaleable over Microsoft Windows NT/2000 and Novell Netware.

Together with expert consultation and technical support facilities, the package is used by water companies, public analysts, chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturers, and electrical distribution and nuclear industries as well as food manufacturing, agricultural services and hospital laboratories. Features include sample registration, scheduling, results entry, approval, reporting, graphics and statistics, structured query access, archiving and reporting links to Microsoft Office products.

AIS LIMS is designed to meet the requirements of laboratory accreditation schemes such as NAMAS and GLP. Installations range from a single user to multi-user systems supporting the analysis of over 500,000 samples annually. Modules are available for stability, pre-scheduling, graphical reporting and analytical quality control (QC), and integrated fax and mail servers.

A Stability Pre-Scheduling module is available that is particularly appropriate for the pharmaceutical and food industries since the stability of medicines and packaging is of key importance to the pharmaceutical industry while shelf life studies and packaging stability is important to the food industry. Unstable medicines and food with very short shelf life can be very costly to the manufacturer. The Stability Pre-Scheduling module allows samples to be pre-registered onto the LIMS for planned release at predetermined times. AIS LIMS organises the work protocol by informing lab staff of what resources are required for the stability study, what needs to be done and when to do it. The new software will allow authorised users to modify screens and data structures, as well as allow registered samples to integrate with the AIS AQC system to allow active triggering of analytical quality control standards. The software provides a variety of predefined text and graphic reports of associated work and effort required for study planning which can be modified by an authorised user using the proprietary AIS LIMS report writer. The software provides for the management of stability studies in a clear and concise manner suitable for many industries requiring pre-scheduling of samples and associated work.

Product AIS LIMS
Company Analytical Information Systems (AIS), Ltd.
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Analytical Information Systems (AIS), Ltd.
AIS House Newent Business Park Newent, Gloucestershire GL18 1DZ UNITED KINGDOM

Tel: +44 (0) 1531 828933
Fax: +44 (0) 1531 828936
Email: sales@AIS-lims.com



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