Tracking tools and equipment can consume substantial time and resources in the lab. Regulatory compliance and collaboratively used equipment add an additional level of complexity. Many labs face the problem of mounting paperwork and data management to ensure they meet data integrity, and compliance requirements necessary for continued operations. In addition, when equipment is shared between multiple laboratory groups, centralized reports are needed. Together, this places considerable work on laboratory staff.
Download this article to learn how to address these problems using a central, digital database for storage of compliance and routine calibration data and measurement readouts for easy access and organization.