Be Competitive – Meet the needs of your market
Every day, laboratories classify and analyse hundreds of samples, sometimes of many different types. With this amount of sampling, computerised data management of analytical processes is vital to ensure the safety and quality of any given product.
Homemade systems may not comply with UNI ISO/IEC 17025, as required by the relevant bodies for accreditation. Manual data entry takes up a large amount of man hours and significantly increases the possibility of errors. If each section of the laboratory manages its own information in isolation, data traceability problems can occur and it becomes more difficult to give customers a quick answer to their queries or provide immediate access to the relevant data.
The key to any successful organisation is its ability to keep up with the ever-changing needs of the market.
As a contract laboratory, the benefits of using EuSoft.Lab LIMS systems include:
- Automatic generation of barcode labels for full traceability of data.
- Automatic generation of all necessary quality management documentation.
- The ability to integrate the LIMS system with laboratory instruments and automatic acquisition results.
- Calculations by the system based on validated formulas.
- The data is instantly accessible and the people responsible for approval are automatically notified.
- It’s simple to extract data for statistical processing.
- Instantly share data with customers, using customised and digitally signed test report emails, or publishing the results online.
- Bid management is integrated into the LIMS system, with the ability to recall before a sample is accepted.
- You can integrate external accounting software with your LIMS product to keep track of the contractual terms agreed with customer through to billing.
- A special module allows you to manage products by tracking orders, loading and withdrawing products and indicating safety of stock, what’s expiring and expired.
- Management of intervention plans for equipment to ensure continuous functionality and preventive and corrective maintenance, as required by quality standards.
- The ability to trace inventory and equipment used during the analytical activity, as required by UNI ENO ISO/IEC 17025.
- Monitor the laboratory’s profitability through live analysis of revenues, including cost of individual tests and full analysis of departments, customers and organisational areas.
- Data can be managed by multiple users in numerous locations, in a number of languages.