Autoscribe says the latest version of its Matrix Gemini laboratory information management system (Lims) provides flexibility within a framework that will satisfy IT managers.
Matrix Gemini is an application for 32 or 64 bit platforms, designed specifically for Windows and based on the .net framework. Autoscribe says it always ensures compatibility with previous versions to maintain its product migration path, making it easy for customers to upgrade. All previous releases and upgrades are provided as part of standard support and maintenance.
The company’s OneTime configuration eliminates the need for custom programming or esoteric scripting, and includes a configuration wizard to select screens, workflows, and menu designs as well as customer-specific elements such as tables and modules.
A web browser user interfaceis provided as standard, along with a desktop user interface, enabling Matrix Gemini to be deployed globally via Citrix or the web. Autoscribe says it is equally suitable for global deployment and individual small laboratories.
With the tools needed for compliance with Good Laboratory Practice (cGLP) and Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP), as well as US FDA 21 CFR Part 11, Nelac, and ISO 17025, and Namas and Ukas regulations, Matrix promises to cope with just about any documentation requirement.
It also features the Crystal Reports reporting tool that provides easy access to organisational data, and allows it to be formatted it and delivered as interactive content within the user’s applications and via the web. Reports can readily be created, modified viewed, exported and printed.