1: It depends on the data sourcesSDMS can be used to manage a wide range of documents from various sources. Use SDMS for standard operating procedures and to organize unstructured data from HPLCs or other instruments.
2: Process files fully automatically
An optimally set up SDMS can automatically retrieve and process new data. Thus, workflows for the release of files can be started automatically and, depending on the file type, be routed to predefined locations.
3: Extract data easilyThanks to powerful analysis technologies, an SDMS is able to convert unstructured files or documents into searchable information. Extract values, charts and tables from your files to make them easily searchable.
4: Minimize lead timesAn SDMS automates release processes. Easily create custom workflows to ensure that all documents are reviewed and approved by the right people in a short time.
5: Promote team playThe data stored in the SDMS can be accessed via web browser from any location. This means that all information and results are available to every member of your team via keywords, metadata or free texts - no matter where the employees are located.
6: Easy extensibilitySDMS can be easily integrated into modern laboratory technologies such as LIMS. An SDMS can also be expanded at any time and individually adapted to the requirements in your laboratory.
7: Compliance guaranteed at all timesAn SDMS can be adapted to the internal rules for data retention and archiving in your laboratory. This ensures compliance at any time and without effort.
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