Success in the Food and Beverage industry rests on the ability to quickly deliver new products and troubleshoot any problems that may arise with products already in production. Continuous innovation is key to delivering high-quality products that customers will enjoy. The ability of the Food and Beverage industry to rapidly adapt their products to the ever-changing taste of the public is key to the retention and gaining of new customers.
In order to deliver creative and tastier products in a short space of time, Food and Beverage organisations generate large amounts of structured and unstructured data. An effective way of managing this data is through an Electronic Laboratory Notebook (ELN). An effective ELN has to provide the capabilities of electronically capturing scientists’ data, to rapidly retrieve current and historic information and share it with colleagues. This will help guarantee the rapid output of new products and formulations. In addition, a successful ELN must enable users to rapidly create reports for internal and external purposes thus helping optimize lab time.
Dotmatics’ Studies Notebook is a simple, yet powerful, ELN that enables users to store structured and unstructured data. Much as a paper notebook, the streamlined interface offers a blank slate where scientists can annotate their experiments, add instrument information, share with colleagues and create reports. Security and authentication rules are automatically incorporated for IP protection. Dotmatics’ Studies Notebook also guarantees transparency, communication and the effective use of resources which is key to managing costs effectively and delivering new products on time.
- Ease of use guarantees a rapid adoption by scientists
- Simple interface
- Flexible: manages structured and unstructured data
- Configurable reporting system
- Secure, includes witnessing and electronic signatures
- Simple and easy to install
- Web-based with zero client footprint
- Available on the Cloud or for in house installation
- Multiplatform, including Windows, Macintosh and Linux