Visitors to the Autoscribe Informatics booth from 20-22 March will see the key developments introduced to its flagship Matrix Gemini since the last PITTCON.
The annual Pittcon Conference and Expo in Pennsylvania is an opportunity for laboratory and quality staff to catch up on the latest trends in the industry and learn about new technology. Staff at the Autoscribe stand will be available to discuss requirements and demonstrate how Matrix Gemini LIMS can be configured to meet exact needs.
The Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) has been enhanced with a completely new web-based user interface. Other significant changes include improved test creation and editing capabilities that reduce the time required to set up or modify tests, and enhancements to the result entry workflow that improve the efficiency of adding notes or selecting options from a picklist.
The look, feel, and responsiveness of the interface have been improved using the latest web technologies and standards. The interface can be used whether the LIMS is running on-premises or remotely in the cloud. As always, the separation of a user’s specific configuration information from the underlying application software enables users to easily upgrade to the newest versions of Matrix.
Matrix Gemini LIMS is highly configurable – each system is based on the same software with customisable workflows and screen designs to suit any industry. The graphical configuration tools allow controlled changes to be made to the system without the need for software coding. This ensures that asystem can be modified over time to meet changing business requirements without compromising system support or upgradeability of the core code.
“Pittcon provides us the perfect opportunity to showcase the significant changes and improvements we have made to Matrix Gemini LIMS over the past year,” said Tim Daniels, Marketing Manager. “We see many of our loyal customers here annually as well as meet new clients who may be just starting their journey into digitalisation and automation within the laboratory.”
To find out more, visit the Autoscribe website here.