AgileBio announces a new mobile app: LabCollector Stock Manager

Posted: 19 January 2017 | | No comments yet

AgileBio announces a new app for mobile phones…

AgileBio announces a new mobile app: LabCollector Stock Manager

AgileBio, a leading global provider of collaborative tools that enhance research productivity and traceability to scientist teams in industry and academia announces a new app for mobile phones.

AgileBio announces a new mobile app: LabCollector Stock ManagerThe LabCollector Stock Manager will allow labs to scan barcoded items and easily track movements into and out of their stock.

Scientific Lab teams can now use the app to manage the stock of their items. James from LabCollector says ‘’ The use of the app is very simple. In only three or four clicks your first item is scanned and updated in LabCollector’’

Indeed, the mobile app is designed explicitly to be compatible with the all-in-One Lab Notebook and management platform: LabCollector.

The Barcode reader uses the camera in your mobile device and can decode both 1D and 2D codes.

LabCollector Stock Manager allows to users to use the app offline, without internet connection and send stock movement files easily and quickly by email or file download.

The App makes use of additional features within the mobile device, just like our previous app. The LabCollector team is aware that there is a lot of functionality built into mobile devices such as phones and tablets. The barcode scanner is able to also use your devices light or flash to aid in barcode scanning.

The app fills a gap to help with ensuring that stocks and inventories are easily and accurately maintained.

Pierre Rodrigues, the founder of AgileBio says, “With this new app, we wanted to allow lab staff to use the mobile devices they all already have on them to quickly remove chemicals from the shelfs and trace those movements. For the more active labs, the same app can be used on industrial PDA instead. But using personal phones will avoid looking for the proper device hidden somewhere in the lab”