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FreeLIMS launches new version of its LIMS software

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FreeLIMS has announced the release of a new version of its free Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS), FreeLIMS. The new version, with a host of new features, is now even more useful for biobanks, clinical, research, and testing laboratories, enabling them to streamline their operations by eliminating manual errors, improving data quality, decreasing turnaround time, and enhancing productivity.

FreeLIMS has all the core functionality required by small and medium laboratories looking to automate their operations without a dent on their budgets. The new version allows managing your laboratory’s day-to-day operations efficiently thereby, increasing productivity and improving data quality.

The new and improved features are:

  • Attribute copying ability from parent to aliquot
  • Pool samples to create derivative or aliquots
  • Dispose parent samples associated with aliquots or derivatives
  • Configure formula for calculations
  • Configuration of analyte groups & flagging sets is now improved
  • Import test results of samples tested for multi-analytes
  • Select analytes of interest while entering test results
  • Generate test report in MS Excel file format
  • Validate test results
  • Track test turnaround time
  • Manage test results of quality control (QC) samples to identify analytical errors
  • Enhanced side menu navigation
  • Improved sorting functionality
  • Intuitive dashboard

To get a license, sign-up on freelims.org and start using FreeLIMS today.

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