Due to the sheer volume of work in the bioanalytical laboratory, lead times must be carefully managed to keep projects on track. Currently, teams rely on multiple systems - some internally developed and maintained and others managed through spreadsheets and white boards. Operations built on a foundation of disconnected data sources results in vast inefficiencies. Without visibility into multiple metrics, senior executives rely on labor intensive ad-hoc project updates from overloaded lab managers or they make key project resources decisions on incomplete and out-of-date information. It is estimated that project managers and lab operations staff spend between 23-46% of their time gathering information for tracking, analyzing, and reporting on project activities. Standardizing and reducing redundancy in reporting format and access to timely information could reduce the time spent on these types of reports and the other administrative tasks by 20%. Redeploying this time and resource to higher priority tasks could have a significant effect on achieving quality outcomes.
The developed Informatics platform has allowed lab staff and management can seize new opportunities and mitigate risks with speed and flexibility, using the informatics platform. From interactive dashboards and visualizations to predictive analytics, helps scientists quickly explore data to spot actionable insights instantly