Mobile App Minds Procedure Details Anywhere

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People in manufacturing, healthcare, mining and many other non-desk jobs can now use tablet computers to improve the ease and accuracy of their work with Protocol Labacus mobile procedure software, released Thursday 2/16 by Abacalab, Inc.

Newly released Protocol Labacus 1.1 mobile app makes technical procedures and SOPs more accurate and efficient in a wide range of locations away from the office. The web-based software makes sure all procedure steps are done correctly and collects and stores detailed data and observations for reporting and sharing. Designed to run on pocket-sized tablet computers either online or off-line, it can benefit workers in such diverse locations as hospitals, mines and factories. The new version was released Thursday 2/16 and is available from the Abacalab Inc. web site at http://www.abacalab.com/zlfr1122g.html.

Workers in “out of the office” locations such as labs, manufacturing plants, and hospitals can now keep on top of detailed technical procedures more easily and accurately. Protocol Labacus app software mobilizes iPads and Android tablets in the workplace to make sure protocols go according to plan and record detailed observations on the spot. The newly released version extends the reach of the app to locations off the network, so data can be collected even in mines and jungles, or more mundane locations such as operating rooms and laboratories where wireless access may be limited.

Protocol Labacus is a web-based software suite from Abacalab, Inc. that includes server and database components as well as both a tablet application for mobile work and a desktop application for planning and reporting in the office. The mobile application is compatible with most tablets including both Android and iPad, and can also be run on a laptop. The server software can be installed under Mac and Windows operating systems.

About Abacalab, Inc.

Abacalab is a technology leader in mobile software for scientific and technical work applications and developed the first digital laboratory assistant, the Chemistry Labacus, in 2006. The company was founded by laboratory scientists in 2003 to develop new mobile computing technologies for knowledge workers. Abacalab, Inc. is privately held and headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware.

For more information about Labacus products or Abacalab, or to order the Protocol Labacus software suite, visit the company web site at http://www.abacalab.com/zlfr1122g.html.

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