Over the years Labtec has expanded its activity to serve more and more QC and R&D labs across a broad range of market segments
Autoscribe Informatics has appointed Labtec Egypt Group (LEG) as its distributor for the Matrix Gemini Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) in Egypt.
Founded in 1993 by Dr Ehab Adeeb, LEG is recognised today as one of the leading professional companies in Egypt, known for deep technical knowledge, high quality support, and specialisation in most laboratory supplies and services.
Over the years Labtec has expanded its activity to serve more and more QC and R&D labs across a broad range of market segments, including the petroleum/petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, environmental, hospitals & health care, universities, and food industries. LEG has well-trained and experienced staff, with the skills to support local LIMS implementations.
Matrix Gemini LIMS helps build our portfolio of software solutions for the Egyptian market.
Matrix Gemini LIMS may be configured to fit the exact needs of each laboratory. The Matrix configuration tools enable easy adaption of every screen in the workflow to suit any industry. Configuration is performed using graphically based tools without the use of any software scripts or coding. This makes configuration simpler and support for all configurations can be done remotely making Matrix Gemini LIMS the perfect choice for laboratories across the Middle East.
John Boother, President at Autoscribe Informatics said: “Labtec provides us a great opportunity to expand further into the Middle East and Northeast Africa. They have a deep knowledge of the local laboratories in their region and an in-house team that work closely with customers both before and after product purchase, which mirrors our own consultative approach to business.
Dr Ehab Adeeb, Labtec Egypt Group, CEO commented: “Matrix Gemini LIMS helps build our portfolio of software solutions for the Egyptian market. It is perfectly suited to our pharmaceutical, food, and oil & gas industries and links with many of the complex laboratory instruments we already sell and support.”