Can You Access all of your scientific
all of the time? … with Dotmatics you can!
Simple real-time search of all research data, allowing scientific teams to make better informed decisions faster
Fully-integrated scientifically-aware informatics to capture experiments and data, expedite laboratory workflows making research teams more efficient
Dotmatics' solutions support project teams progressing small molecule discovery workflows from hit and lead identification, through lead optimization, to candidate selection
Dotmatics' solutions support drug discovery project teams developing a wide variety of entities including antibodies, conjugates, peptides and chemically modified biologics
Chemicals & Materials
Dotmatics' solutions support chemicals and materials innovation teams with integrated workflows for: synthetic chemistry, polymer science, formulation and process development
Managing your company’s scientific data
doesn't need to be difficult
As scientific research and innovation companies grow, it can be hard for data management processes to keep pace with the speed at which researchers are working.
Dotmatics' comprehensive scientific web-based software solutions allow researchers to capture and store their ever-increasing volumes and types of scientific data. They can then mine and analyze all results associated with a particular project or innovation workflow for shared data-driven decision making.
Make the move from 'my results, my spreadsheet' to project or role-based access to company scientific data for analysis.View products
Significantly increasing the speed
WHAT DOTMATICS DID FOR DEBIOPHARM
- Produced a significant increase in data quality and integrity
- Increased users' ability to collaborate across both research sites
- Increased researchers' efficiency by generating more time for analysis rather than data gathering
"Dotmatics has truly disrupted the way the company works for the better. All our data is now available and accessible at all times; we’re no longer dependent on individuals remembering where they’ve saved some piece of important information."