LIMS For Petrochemical And Environmental Applications
News Sep 15, 2015
In addition to continuous demonstrations of Matrix Gemini on Booth 115, Autoscribe Informatics Managing Director, John Boother, will be giving a presentation at 2.30 PM on Wednesday 18th November, entitled: ‘LIMS Configuration - the essential ingredient for successful implementations’. This presentation will show not only how the "out-of-the-box" Matrix solution already meets many of the needs of modern Petrochemical and Environmental Laboratories, but equally importantly how the unique graphical configuration tools supplied with Matrix allow the system to be easily adapted by the user as needs change. Crucially, Matrix allows workflows to be created that exactly mimic individual laboratory practices rather than requiring laboratories to adjust their methodologies to match the LIMS.
Matrix Gemini is ideally suited to the tracking, management and storage of all data generated by laboratories in order to guarantee standards, provide quality assurance and adherence to industry and government regulations. Matrix Gemini is equally suitable for use by laboratories involved directly in the testing of samples for the development or manufacture of petrochemical products to ensure best practices are met as well as laboratories carrying out environmental monitoring and testing within the industry.
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