Thermo Scientific Lab Execution System
Thermo Scientific™ SampleManager™ LIMS is continuously upgraded to meet the changing needs of industrial and life sciences laboratories.
SampleManager 11 delivers:
• Method and SOP Execution
• Scientific Data Management
• Workflow Design
• Lifecycle Workflow
• Instrument Integration
A comprehensive data and laboratory management solution like SampleManager LIMS, developed on paperless lab principles, is one of the most critical investments any business can make if they are moving towards a truly integrated and connected enterprise.
Addressing the increasing pressures to improve time to market and realize cost savings in QA/QC and analytical labs, the new Thermo Scientific Lab Execution System (LES) gives lab managers complete control to manage their methods and SOPs, without the need to purchase, integrate and validate additional software from multiple vendors. The new LES is web-based, built on and fully integrated with Thermo Scientific SampleManager LIMS, allowing for the LES functionality to be executed from the LIMS or from any web browser. Combined with the instrument integration capabilities of Thermo Scientific Integration Manager™, and the raw data storage and retrieval capabilities of the company’s SDMS (Data Manager™), the new LES expands the growing Informatics platform offered by the company, and offers customers the most comprehensive paperless lab solution available today. With the new SampleManager platform of embedded feature-rich capabilities, lab managers and scientists across all industries will be able to achieve full instrument integration, manage their methods and workflow, retrieve and archive any kind of raw scientific data, and export those results across the organization in the format that’s required by the recipient.
SOPs and methods can be broken down into logical steps to guide analysts through the procedure.
Instructions and illustrations demonstrate proper analytical techniques.
Hazard warnings embedded into the SOP remind analysts of necessary safety procedures.
Training records and instrument calibration records ensure that only trained analysts and calibrated instrumentation is used.
Process history provides a detailed description of every activity that has occurred against an SOP or method and their status.