Product News: See Neptune LIMS at WWEM 2006

12 Oct 2006

Autoscribe will exhibit its unique Matrix Gemini™ Neptune LIMS solution for the Water and WasteWater Industry at WWEM 2006, Stand 21. WWEM is a specialist event for companies who provide products and services for the Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring community.

Autoscribe will also be presenting a workshop entitled: "How Implementing a LIMS Improves Business and Laboratory, Efficiency, Compliance and Productivity" at WWEM on November 1st in Room 5 from 13:30 – 14:00.

Neptune has been developed with inputs from several large metropolitan water districts and contains the deep functionality and reports needed for this application. Until now, most LIMS targeted at this application were either custom written and therefore expensive to support and hard to upgrade, or were commercial systems that delivered some of the required functionality, but were very rigid and difficult to change.

LIMS requirements will change throughout the lifetime of the system and Neptune LIMS will always be ready to handle your new requirements. Successful LIMS systems do not stand still.

Autoscribe designed Matrix Gemini™ LIMS to be built your way, not our way, and any way you like it, whenever you want to.

‘Neptune’ is built using the extremely powerful and easy to use OneTIme™ configuration tools that are part of Matrix Gemini. There is no custom code to support and there are no special scripts to write. Screens developed using the configuration tools for desktop clients are immediately available over the web without any programming or scripting.

Neptune delivers most of the functionality required by a water treatment laboratory out of the box. However, as each laboratory has some different requirements, these are satisfied by changes to the configuration files rather than custom code. Every Matrix system and hence, each Neptune system has the same source code, all differences in appearance, terminology, workflow, tests and reports are contained in the configuration files.