Electronic Lab Notebook with Sample Management Capability Launched

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eCAT 4.0 is the first online electronic lab notebook to include a sample management capability. It's designed for biomedical labs in universities and government research institutions.

Axiope is pleased to announce the launch of eCAT 4.0, a flexible electronic lab notebook which now includes a full sample management capability.

Chief Executive Rory Macneil said, “Beta testers gave 4.0 a big thumbs up. Sample management is the remaining feature they wanted to make eCAT a killer app. PIs tell us eCAT 4.0 is saving their lab members a huge amount of time, and that it has become an essential part of the lab fabric.”

In the webinar launching eCAT 4.0, Kevin Cauchi from the College of Literature, Science and the Arts at the University of Michigan said, "eCAT is affordable, unlike 99% of the systems we looked at. Also, it’s web based, and it’s very flexible. Other solutions make you modify the way you work; eCAT let’s you work the way you already work, just in an electronic format.“

Matt Nicotra from the Starzl Transplantation Institute at the University of Pittsburgh said, "I introduced my research technician to eCAT and after one day she said, 'It's way better than the paper notebook and spreadsheets I've been using'. She's really jazzed up about it!"

To watch the launch webinar, which includes an introduction to sample management in eCAT, a panel discussion with Kevin Cauchi, Matt Nicotra, Nigel Binns from the University of Edinburgh, and Nick Gregory of Brady Corp, the leading supplier of labels to labs, and a Q&A with viewers, click on http://www.axiope.com/electronic-lab-notebook/blog/product/?p=238.

About Axiope. Axiope, based in Edinburgh, Scotland, develops products that bring the power of the web to labs in universities and government funded research institutions around the world.

For further information contact Rory Macneil, Axiope, T: +44-131 516 2963, E: rmacneil(at)axiope(dot)com, or visit http://www.axiope.com.

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