Sapio Sciences releases more information regarding their LIMS software, which they constantly update and adapt. One of the primary aims with their software is to provide a feature-rich LIMS solution that caters to most users’ needs.
LIMS plays an important role within a laboratory environment, especially in terms of increasing operational efficiency by automating and streamlining lab workflows. This eliminates the need for maintaining information manually, as well as the need to meet regulatory guidelines.
Kevin Cramer, a spokesperson at Sapio Sciences, says, “We wanted to try something new with our LIMS software. Anyone familiar with the software market will probably have noticed how all other available LIMS software solutions are packed with the exact same features. We felt that this was a problem because when you choose a LIMS software, you should be able to opt for the solution that stands out from the rest–one that is feature-rich and adaptable to specific settings.”
Thus, Sapio Sciences’ LIMS software is a welcome breath of fresh air, as reported by a CIO at a high-throughput genomics lab.
Kevin Cramer also made the point of saying, “We want to give our customers a great experience. With our LIMS system, users don’t need to worry about their experience as they can try our LIMS software at no cost or commitment. We want them to naturally be able to use our service. Trying something new is always a risk, but our LIMS software is a risk we believe is worth taking.”
Sapio Sciences has been in business for 16 years, establishing themselves as early back as 2004. Since Day one, Sapio Sciences have always aimed to develop and provide their users with a configurable, user-friendly and flexible application specifically for the purpose of laboratory information management.
For further information about Sapio Sciences, head on over to: https://www.sapiosciences.com/
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