Autoscribe is set to demonstrate its veterinary laboratory management software at European Congress of Veterinary Pathology
Attendees of the prestigious European Congress of Veterinary Pathology will see the latest update of Autoscribe’s popular Veterinary Laboratory Management System. The world’s most configurable Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS), Matrix Gemini, is well known for being used by veterinary laboratories across the world for managing the full testing lifecycle, from sample reception to final reporting.
Autoscribe Informatics’ Veterinary LIMS is built to support the specific needs of veterinary pathology labs. For example, multiple species-specific limits can be assigned to each test, reducing the burden of supporting multiple species and breeds. Instead of creating multiple versions of the same test, with different limits for each species, Autoscribe’s solution allows multiple limits, one for each species, to be applied to the same test.
Other features specific to the Veterinary LIMS include:
For those looking to automate their laboratory, and to go paperless, it is the ideal opportunity to meet us and gather the information needed to move forward. Visit our exhibition stand to discuss your requirements and have a demonstration of the Matrix Gemini Veterinary LIMS. Our staff, experienced in all aspects of LIMS, will be delighted to help you.
Matrix Gemini LIMS is known for its configurability. Unique among LIMS vendors, every customer LIMS is based on the same software, with configurable workflows and screen designs to suit any industry. The graphical configuration tools allow controlled changes to be made to the system without the need for software coding. This ensures that your system can be modified over time to meet changing business requirements without compromising system support or upgradeability of the core code.
“The ECVP Joint Congress is a great place to showcase our Veterinary Laboratory Management Software”, said Tim Daniels, Marketing Manager. “With customers across equine, farm and general veterinary practice we have built a wide client base in veterinary pathology labs. It is a great chance to meet current clients and new clients who may be just starting their journey into digitalisation and automation within the laboratory”.