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IDBS adds E-WorkBook Request to its cloud-based platform


E-WorkBook Request allows researchers to track and schedule work with instant updates

Boston, US, & Guildford, UK – June 14, 2017  IDBS has launched E-WorkBook Request, a work requesting and orchestration tool. It is available as a new module that runs on IDBS’ award-winning E-WorkBook Cloud platform.

As a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offering, designed to facilitate collaboration, E-WorkBook Request is built to meet scientific and R&D data management challenges, allowing easier scheduling of work and faster feedback on high-level workflows.

Following the launch of The E-WorkBook Cloud earlier this year, the new module is optimized to work on all devices with a modern and intuitive design. It can be deployed and set up within one week and integrates with pre-existing laboratory information management systems (LIMS). E-WorkBook Request also enhances client onboarding, giving customers the flexibility to create a subscription package tailored to their specific requirements and a reduced total cost of ownership.

Matthew Clifford, Product Manager at IDBS, said: “E-WorkBook Request addresses the data management challenge associated with assigning external and internal workflows. With E-WorkBook Request, it is easy to create, track and complete work requests, and researchers have a platform that gives them a clear view of ongoing work, with the ability to find data quickly, reduce admin time and freeing them up to create more opportunities to conduct innovative research.

“Our latest platform has been designed with the user in mind and simplifies complex workflow processes. We are very proud of the E-WorkBook Request module and its fundamental role in enhancing our whole cloud offering.”

 
Posted by: limsfinder on Jun 15,17| Profile| 1-General (no specific category)

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