When testing, samples are received, logged, placed into testing racks/plates and run through any number of tests on different instruments. The data created is then used to make business critical decisions. Labs and groups that run tests will also routinely develop new analytical methods to test for new things or make an existing method (SOP) more precise or accurate.
Whenever a lab runs a test, they must obtain data from instruments and analytical equipment and in regulated areas (GxP) this is mandatory. We help companies automate this data collection to deliver the levels of QA required. Although the collection of data from instruments is a complex and intricate task, our solution captures the data intelligently in a way that doesn’t disrupt analysts’ workflows. We can also help companies archive instrument data – which in some cases needs to be archived for extended periods of time (>50 years) – to ensure various regulatory requirements are met.
Thanks to simple integration with the analytical environment, IDBS ensures the seamless connection of sample, execution and result information.
The benefits for scientists and research teams are clear, as the effortless generation of accurate reports enables organizations to accelerate decision-making, compliance and collaboration.