Autoscribe Informatics’ Matrix Gemini Biobanking Management System At The ABNA Conference

Source: Autoscribe Informatics
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Autoscribe Informatics will be demonstrating the Matrix Gemini Biobanking Management System at the Australasian Biospecimen Network Association Conference; The Art of Biobanking, on the 18th and 19th of October in Melbourne.

Jodie Poole, the Autoscribe Informatics team’s newly appointed Technical Sales Consultant for the Australasia region will be representing the company at the conference and is regularly based in Perth, Western Australia.

With offices in the UK, USA and Australia, Autoscribe Informatics has a wide portfolio of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) on offer. The company develops, implements, and supports configurable solutions for customers in North America, the UK, and worldwide.

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While serving a broad range of industrial customers, Autoscribe developed the Matrix Gemini Biobanking Management System, specifically for the industry.

Matrix Gemini Biobanking provides a highly configurable environment for all aspects of biobank, biorepository and clinical trials management. It provides an ideal and proven solution for managing bio-samples (such as blood, tissue, DNA etc.) to assist with compliance to regulatory requirements.

Using built-in graphical configuration tools, Matrix Gemini Biobanking solutions can be adapted quickly and easily to exact user requirements including workflows, screen designs, menu designs, terminology, report designs and much more.

The needs of every Biobank are different. Matrix Gemini’s configurability allows Biobanks to quickly adapt the management system for their exact needs. The Management System can be readily adapted to meet both current and future requirements without the need to write “one-off” custom code. This extends the potential life of the system and reduces the cost of ownership.

Since the core code remains unchanged when the system is configured and re-configured, minimal re-validation is necessary.

Full sample tracking includes parent/child samples, aliquots, and derivatives along with the complete patient genealogy record, if required. Complete location recording from room to freezer, shelf, container and container position is possible.

A full audit trail of all changes is provided, together with storage location auditing and reconciliation with chain of custody reporting. Samples can be tracked when they are removed for research and are closely monitored to ensure that they are disposed of correctly.