Studies Notebook for Food and Beverage

Dotmatics, a provider of scientific data management solutions, has released a version of its Electronic Lab Notebook specifically tailored to the food and beverages industry.

The company say the enhanced Studies Notebook for Food and Beverage has been developed in close collaboration with industry experts. The web-based system enables food scientists to store and retrieve essential data securely from PCs and laptops as well as mobile devices.

'It has been a great experience working closely with scientists in the food industry,' said Stephen Gallagher, CEO of Dotmatics.

'The Dotmatics platform provides us with the framework to rapidly develop new ELN configurations whilst keeping a consistent data model. Through this project we delivered an ELN that makes it easy for users to add their recipes and associated data, search through them and create striking reports that can be shared instantly with colleagues and collaborators.'


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