Accelrys Notebook 5.0 Eases Transition to Digital Lab
SAN DIEGO,CA: Accelrys, a provider of scientific innovation lifecycle management solutions has released a product that makes the lives of scientists and engineers easier. The all new Accelrys Notebook 5.0 is a flexible, multi-discipline electronic laboratory notebook with new capabilities for customizing work environments and seamlessly connecting to existing software, reports PR Newswire.
Old paper-based systems are becoming increasingly inadequate as laboratories continue to generate large amounts of data. A recent Atrium Research survey indicates that “simplicity in deployment, use, maintenance and upgrades” are the important selection criteria when it comes to ELNs, and the Notebook 5.0 brings exactly that to the table.
Designed to meet the demanding requirements of today’s laboratories, the latest Accelrys ELN enables organizations to easily configure it to support their workflows, applications and environment. Its integration with Accelrys Enterprise Platform helps customers to quickly connect Notebook 5.0 with existing lab software, and researchers can save a lot of time and increase productivity by making use of its simple and effective search engine. Furthermore, researchers with little or no software experience can also create, test and publish scientific protocols, due to its simple user interface that significantly reduces training time, resulting in increased adoption and faster deployments.
“Paper-based labs hinder accurate documentation and knowledge sharing, both of which are essential for scientific organizations to innovate and move new products to market quickly and compliantly,” says Senior Vice President at Accelrys.
In addition to the traditional desktop and a web-based client, the Notebook 5.0 can also be deployed in the cloud.
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