Analytical Data Workflow Automation and Integration – Article Series

By Gary Sharman, John Hollerton, Niccy Tonge, and Nathalie Yazbeck

Is boosting productivity, improving communication, and cutting down costs and other inefficiencies in your lab’s strategic plan for 2023? If the answer is YES, then you may want to check this four-part series on analytical data automation and integration with the different lab systems.

Taking the decision to automate your lab data processes is not an easy task. In this series of web posts, we will cover some good reasons for pursuing data workflow automation, and the “what” and “how” you can automate, as illustrated by some examples of where implementing our solutions has been game-changing for our customers. With this, you should be able to decide whether automating data processes is something you want, or even need, for your lab.

The lab of the future is already here … It’s time to ACT

The demand and adoption of lab automated systems has been constantly increasing over the past years and the market is speculated to grow by 7.6% up to $9.21 billion in 2029*. The benefits from such automations are undeniable…

Automation for everyone

Agreeing on the benefits from data automation is an easy thing, yet, changing standard processes to implement such automations can be a much more complicated decision to make, especially when lacking internal expertise for taking care of such changes…

Leveraging the power of data automation:  Let your ideas flow                   

As experts, working with chemistry – from small molecules right up to macromolecules and from pure compounds through to complex mixtures – we’re all familiar with analysing samples ….

No Automation is an Island – Integrating Mgears into an IT infrastructure 

In recent posts, we have discussed the need for automation, how we tackle the problem in Mestrelab, and we have considered several examples of automation. But no automation exists in a vacuum…