Lab-Ally Announces Release of CERF ELN Version 5.0

by Angela Guess

A new press release reports, “Lab-Ally LLC today announced the release of Version 5.0 of its award-winning CERF ELN (Electronic Laboratory Notebook) and Electronic Document Management System (EDMS). CERF ELN is a 21CFR11 compliant, collaborative, knowledge asset manager used by laboratories, regulated scientific companies and biomedical organizations. CERF replaces paper-based or individual PC-based recordkeeping with a secure, centralized and highly searchable repository.”

The release continues, “ELNs are widely used by modern research organizations to improve research productivity, defend against IP challenges and prevent due diligence issues. While there are many ELNs on the market, CERF is designed specifically for commercial organizations that want the convenience of a combined ELN and ultra-long-term document manager in a single solution. CERF also distinguishes itself from competitors by offering cross-platform flexibility, configurable compliance rules and advanced semantic metadata features that help organizations to maintain corporate memory, even as scientists and employees come and go and projects evolve over the years. Additionally, CERF’s low cost of ownership, perpetual license, robust architecture and built-in future proofing are specifically designed to help organizations maintain total control of their data, regardless of technology trends or changes to corporate structure.”

It adds, “Organizations using CERF each have their own private server. The server can be installed on a cloud host, organizational network or even on a completely sealed LAN. Users access their data via feature-rich client apps for Windows, Mac OS or Apple iPad. The client applications enable users to import, create, and work with data in any format and collaborate seamlessly in real-time.”

Read more at PRweb.

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