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Brochure on Nautilus LIMS
Brochure on Nautilus LIMS
Keywords Thermo LabSystems, Information management, Publications
Following the recent launch of Nautilus 2000 Release 2, Thermo LabSystems has published an updated eight-page brochure on its latest Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS).
This new Nautilus brochure provides readers with a comprehensive overview of functionality, user benefits and Thermo LabSystems' implementation, training and support service available to its customers.
In the first two years since its launch, Nautilus is reported to have over 100 installations at customer sites in 15 countries around the world and over 1,600 concurrent users run Nautilus in both regulated and non-regulated laboratory environments. The new full-colour brochure includes descriptions on all the latest features claimed of Nautilus and its underlying technology, including:
Patent-pending Workflow concept – allowing the user to graphically design a workflow of a sample lifecycle, eliminating the need for customisation and reducing time to go-live.
Extensions – a feature that enables the expansion and integration of Nautilus with third party software solutions such as SQC packages, data visualisation tools and Web applications.
Import/Export module based on XML (extensible Markup Language) – an easy-to-use and structured solution for exchanging static data between one Nautilus database and another. Such integration using XML results in enhanced productivity and ensures data integrity.
Using a powerful LIMS Explorer interface, Nautilus is said to provide all standard LIMS features such as sample login, result entry, reporting, auditing, instrument management and electronic data capture.
According to Thermo LabSystems, Nautilus is focused on improving productivity and reducing the cost of ownership to LIMS customers in both small and large labs. Developed in concert with clients and ready to run straight out of the box, Nautilus' easy configuration reportedly allows the system to be mapped onto the laboratory workflow without coding or the necessity of IT specialists. It was designed using industry-standard tools and has been developed to support Oracle and Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000 and, thereby future-proofing user investment.
The new Nautilus brochure is available free-of-charge world-wide to organisations that are assessing their future laboratory automation requirements.
Details available from: Thermo LabSystems, Tel: +44 (0) 800 0815227, e-mail email@example.com