The next generation LIMS


Labbit is a highly versatile and advanced cloud-based laboratory information management system (LIMS) designed to cater to the workflow complexity, process variability, and increasing sample volumes that are typical in various genomic, molecular clinical and research labs.


Key Features



Inherent flexibility

Unlike legacy LIMS systems that may be rigid and challenging to adapt to complex processes, Labbit is inherently flexible. Customers can quickly and continuously adjust their laboratory workflows with ease in response to new insights and changes in regulatory requirements. This adaptability allows laboratories to stay up-to-date and efficient in their operations. 





Labbit allows users to work with pre-configured workflows or to build workflows that meet their specific needs and preferences. It can be tailored to fit different laboratory setups and processes, including seamless integration with existing systems.




Extended functionality

Labbit goes beyond the traditional LIMS use case and expands into adjacent categories of laboratory technology. It can function as a laboratory information system (LIS) to manage patient and clinical data. Or it can handle inventory, freezer, and consumable management to streamline supply chain processes and reduce the risk of stockouts.




Cloud-based deployment

Being cloud-based, Labbit offers several advantages, such as easy accessibility from anywhere with an internet connection, seamless updates, and data backups. Cloud-based systems often eliminate the need for extensive local infrastructure and maintenance, reducing operational costs and IT burdens.





Labbit is designed to handle increasing sample volumes and can scale to meet the growing needs of any size genomic and molecular laboratory as their requirements expand over time. This scalability ensures that the system remains effective and efficient, even as the lab's workload increases.


Overall, Labbit is a comprehensive LIMS-plus solution, providing a wide range of functionalities and benefits to laboratories, enabling them to support and improve their complex workflows, handle process variability, comply with regulations, and adapt to the evolving demands of scientific and healthcare fields. 


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