IDBS has released a fully-featured integration between the E-WorkBook electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) and SCIEX Analyst Software.
This expands on IDBS’s existing family of integrations. This new integration aims to strengthen IDBS’ existing preclinical capabilities by seamlessly transferring data, enabling increased regulatory compliance and improved throughput.
In response to the call for improved preclinical workflows in regulated environments, IDBS leveraged its existing bioanalytical experience, coupled with customer and market inputs, to develop the integration. As part of the preclinical process design, the integration delivers the ability to seamlessly upload injection sequences and retrieve raw and processed results, providing a tamper-proof method of data exchange with a full audit trail of actions. This innovation allows customers to proactively conform to regulatory guidelines.
Christian Marcazzo, General Manager at IDBS said: “The addition of the new SCIEX Analyst integration component complements IDBS’ deep domain expertise, bolstering E-WorkBook’s support of end-to-end workflows. This capability strengthens our solution and supports our growth strategy to partner with like-minded organizations to enhance our enterprise R&D data management platform.”
Dominic Gostick, Vice President & GM LCMS at SCIEX said: “Our work with IDBS offers E-WorkBook customers the tools to seamlessly integrate with the SCIEX Analyst platform, enabling streamlining of important preclinical processes. We look forward to our continued collaboration with IDBS and their product updates in the near future.”