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Matrix LIMS

Zumatrix is distributing a new version of the Neptune Configuration of Autoscribe’s Matrix LIMS for water testing laboratories. This new configuration makes use of the latest capabilities of Matrix Gemini LIMS, which now provides web access to the software via Microsoft Internet Explorer. This is particularly useful for staff and customers located externally to the laboratory who wish to initiate projects, register samples and enter in-situ test results, such as pH, temperature and Dissolved Oxygen values at the time of sampling.

Once the samples are received in the laboratory along with the ‘Chain of Custody’, the tests are scheduled and results are entered. Test results can be imported directly from analytical instruments such as GCs, ICs, GC/MS, ICPs and more. Once the sample results are approved, they may be viewed and printed locally using the web.

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