LabVantage Solutions Launches a New Major Version of its LIMS
News Oct 03, 2014
Built with extensive customer feedback and backed up by a beta testing program, LabVantage 7 provides significantly improved user experience as well as capabilities that make it easier to enable process optimization.
LabVantage 7 adds exciting new capabilities designed to improve user experience and reduce customizations. A built-in search engine now makes it possible to find data as easily as you would on the Web. The new, easy-to-use workflow designer, simplifies modeling and improvement of processes to help users become more compliant and efficient. Collaboration with colleagues mimics social media as comments can be added to any object. Plates, gels and other arrays can be handled more efficiently within high throughput labs. One of the beta test customers said, “LabVantage 7 brings a host of usability improvements along with other new features. We can see that LabVantage 7 will help us be more efficient and significantly improve processes within our labs globally.”
“Our customers look to us to help them meet their business objectives in a compliant manner. With LabVantage 7, we continue making tremendous strides toward helping customers meet their goals in an accelerated timeframe. LabVantage 7 extends our reputation as the cutting-edge LIMS provider that continues to invest heavily in new product development. Our continued, rapid growth demonstrates this clearly,” states Peter Bailey, CEO, LabVantage.
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