Transform the way you manage your laboratory inventory with E-WorkBook Inventory

As labs find themselves under constant pressure to reduce costs and save time, there’s a lot of talk around how organizations can streamline various lab processes.

E-WorkBook Inventory is our simple-to-use web solution which enables you to streamline your laboratory inventory management processes from one place, helping you save time and boost productivity.

Our cloud-based Lab Inventory Management System helps you:

  • Manage your laboratory inventory in a single environment
  • Access your data inside and outside your lab
  • Reduce transcription errors with the built in barcode scannnig technology
  • Improve the visibility of your on-hand inventory
  • Control costs, boost compliance, reduce errors and strengthen lab safety

Watch our video to find out more about E-WorkBook Inventory, or if you would like to talk to one of our experts, just fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch to talk about your laboratory inventory requirements.

Transform the way your lab operates with E-WorkBook Inventory

The E-WorkBook Cloud provides:

  • EIGHT intuitive modules that enable customers to select the functionality that meets their current lab requirements
  • A proven enterprise platform, with best-in-class electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) functionality
  • Cutting-edge data capture and analysis tool
  • Integrated work and resource planning tools
  • Anywhere, any time accessibility to data and hassle free installation and upgrades

With our cloud solutions, you can get back to doing what you do best: science.

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