Sapio Sciences, Baltimore, has announced availability of the company’s Exemplar 11 laboratory information management system (LIMS) and electronic laboratory notebook (ELN), a major expansion of the company’s laboratory informatics platform capabilities.
Exemplar 11 improves the user experience via interface enhancements, including new data navigation aids, expanded searching capabilities, and easier data-viewing setup. The system’s new data- and activity-viewing components enable quick and easy finding, viewing, and traversing of laboratory and scientific data.
The Exemplar 11 platform also incorporates a robust report builder module. The report builder enables drag-and-drop creation of templates that include standard reporting elements such as headers, footers, margins, static images, and static text. Reports can also include images, tables, or forms built with data sourced from system records.
“Exemplar 11 continues our intense commitment to improving our informatics platform usability, data visualizations, and capabilities,” says Kevin Cramer, CEO of Sapio Sciences. “We are excited that over the last year Exemplar LIMS and ELN were selected as the global solution for both research and clinical labs at large pharmaceutical organizations and premier lab services providers.”
Exemplar 11 offers the only fully capable LIMS and ELN systems combined into a single solution built on the same platform. The combination removes the need for data integration, as data about samples, consumables, and test results are automatically shared across the system. The system permits pharmaceutical and biotech researchers to have a single, ready-to-go, solution that address their lab and science informatics needs, and serves as a knowledge base for all scientific research and lab work across the organization.
“We continue to listen and learn from our customers in these important domains regarding how we can improve our platform to address their needs,” says Cramer. “As we have in the past, based on their input and feedback, Sapio Sciences will continue to swiftly advance our capabilities to support our customers.”
For further information, visit Sapio Sciences.
Featured image: Exemplar ELN Pro.