Broughton Software Launches LabHQ LIMS Version 4

October 30, 2015
Pharmaceutical Technology Editors

The system is suited to support quality-control activities in a busy laboratory.

Broughton Software, the developer of laboratory information management system (LIMS) for quality control, has launched LabHQ version 4. The system, developed with input from the company’s network of regulatory, quality, and laboratory professionals, is suited to support quality-control activities in a busy laboratory. It is also designed to facilitate regulatory compliance, in particularly to overcome data integrity concerns.

Enhancements in version 4 are:

  • A new intuitive user interface designed for simplicity of use for all LIMS user groups.

  • One or two mouse clicks for most actions.

  • Features designed to facilitate the regulatory requirements of FDA, Medicine and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), and Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA) bodies.

  • Customizable workflows giving flexibility of sample management process by product.

  • Enhanced configuration and administration tools such as the addition of roles and groups to simplify permission allocation and filter data.

  • A custom report option enabling you to design your own certificates and reports.

On top of these enhancements, Broughton Software has developed new modules for stock management, equipment maintenance management, stability study management, and environmental monitoring.

The launch of version 4 is a major step forwards for LabHQ LIMS, said Broughton Software CEO, Paul Moran. According to Moran, the system offers the parameters to satisfy the regulators and gives peace of mind to pharmaceutical companies.  

Source: Broughton Software