ArtelWare™ is a new liquid handling management software for managing the performance of manual pipettes, automated liquid handlers, and operators in one platform. With the ability to easily perform calibrations, verifications, and operator assessments, the new software allows users to increase productivity and ensure compliance and quality. ArtelWare has an interactive plate designer feature that allows for customized plate layouts, by type, target volumes, solutions used, and number of replicates required for testing automated liquid handlers. The software also supports calibrating manual pipette volumes greater than 5 mL when using a supported balance.
During this webinar, the Artel product managers show how you can store all your records in one software platform for easy access and organization. They also demonstrate how the intuitive dashboard can give you visibility of your lab’s prioritized tasks and inventory, scheduling and email notifications of upcoming verifications, calibrations and operator assessments as well as the ability to review and approve data. ArtelWare also helps support 21 CFR Part 11 and CLSI QMS 23 compliance for audits by providing detailed reports with e-signatures to ensure traceability.
In this webinar, you will learn:
Software Product Manager
Nicole Nguyen is the Software Product Manager at Artel. She has over a decade of experience with software development teams and is a Certified Software Test Engineer (CSTE). Her commitment to quality user experience and the ability to represent the voice of the customer enable the delivery of software products that meet the needs of laboratories and scientists across industries.
Melinda Gold, PhD
Dr. Gold is a Product Manager at Artel and liquid handling enthusiast. She earned her BS in Computer Science from Fordham University, MS in Public Health and PhD in Molecular Biology from St. Elizabeth University of Health and Social Work in Slovakia. Post graduation she worked as a product manager supporting liquid handling instruments and consumables. Her education, research and work experience have given her the skills to develop and manage products affecting life science and public health.