Accelrys’ new mobile strategy for the laboratory provides a flexible and secure mobile computing environment to effectively connect scientists, equipment and materials in laboratories.
Modern laboratories are equipped with a range of mobile devices, and Accelrys is empowering organizations to deploy purpose-built mobile applications in the lab in accordance with good manufacturing practice.
The next-generation mobile strategy for the laboratory cuts down review time and rework loops as it ensures laboratory data meets prerequisite requirements before being recorded.
Accelrys offers a new mobile multi-media capture application called Accelrys Capture that facilitates rapid, paperless recording at the laboratory bench.
The company claims Accelrys Capture can significantly improve workflow flexibility, efficiency and productivity of organizations.
"Accelrys Capture is as easy to use as paper while offering scientists the opportunity to work more intuitively, efficiently and productively in today's integrated laboratory--with all the flexibility, integration and automation benefits of an electronic system in the palm of the hand," said Leif E. Pedersen, senior vice president of marketing, product management and corporate development at Accelrys.
An easy-to-use interface enables scientists to securely enter information by using small mobile devices. Built-in functionalities facilitate both the recording and sharing of experimental findings.
In a nut shell, Accelrys Capture increases lab efficiency, improves staff motivation, enhances data quality, and reduces cycle times for laboratories.
Currently, Accelrys is offering Accelrys Capture as an addition to the Accelrys Electronic Laboratory Notebook, but it will be extended to other laboratory informatics products such as Accelrys LIMS and Accelrys LES.
Accelrys provides scientific innovation lifecycle management software. The company was in the news recently for reporting that its Non-GAAP revenue for the quarter ended December 31, 2013 increased to $47.6 million from $47.5 million for the same quarter of the previous year.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker