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Autoscribe appoints Ritme as distributor

Autoscribe Informatics has appointed Ritme as its distributor for the Matrix Gemini Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) in France, Italy and Switzerland. Ritme has been selling scientific software and offering software support since 1989, with the prime objective of helping its customers make the best use of their software solutions.

John Boother, president at Autoscribe Informatics, said: 'Following our recent successes in the USA, we are also keen to expand our penetration into European markets. With three offices and a staff boasting qualified scientists from a number of disciplines, Ritme has a field-based and in-house team of native speakers that work closely with customers both before and after product purchase, which exactly mirrors our own approach. Ritme’s well-established consulting services will facilitate and drive successful LIMS projects.”

Ritme CEO, Thierry Berton, added: 'Matrix Gemini LIMS is an important extension to our scientific software portfolio allowing our customers to efficiently manage their laboratories. The flexibility of Autoscribe Informatics LIMS solution allows either Ritme, or our customers, to configure a solution that meets the exact needs of each laboratory. The configuration tools provide easy adaption of desktop and web based applications without the use of any software scripts or coding.

'It makes it the perfect choice for laboratories that need to adapt their LIMS as the working practices in the laboratory change. In addition, the ability to run fully tailored state-of-the-art LIMS offline is a critical selling point for many labs with high data protection policies.'

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