- 31 Jan 2022
- 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
January session: Resource Management Software for Core Facilities and beyond
Date: Monday 31st January 2022
Time: 4:00 – 5:00 pm (CET)
Resource management software (RMS) is key to facilitating and streamlining a Core Facility’s operations. This webinar will be held in a round-table format with four providers of RMS widely used at Core Facilities in Europe and beyond: Agendo, Keralia, OpenIRIS, and Stratocore.
Following an introduction with an overview of the key features of the four software applications, the round-table will allow the representatives/developers of these applications to present their product’s diverse features and respond to audience questions.
While registering for the webinar, you may include your questions for the round-table participants in the comments section.
Agendo is a comprehensive intranet for scientific infrastructures comprising of equipment booking, service requests, storage management, communications, and data management. Our software is present in several countries, having over 40 clients, namely universities, research centres, and companies.
Agendo is offered as a service, ensuring continuous upgrades, data backups, and GDPR compliance since 2012.
Representative: Nuno Moreno, Coordinator for Scientific Equipment and Infrastructures – Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência (IGC), Portugal. Executive Director – CKLO, lda
newLab® combines core facility management, ELN and resource management features on the same modern cloud platform. newLab® enables core facilities to deliver and manage hybrid services (like instruments and/or experiments “as a service”), to share knowledge and best practices with their user community via a google-like knowledge base, to improve experimental data management and traceability, and, last but not least, to digitize and automate management workflows (like booking and billing).
Representative: Pierre Merea, Founder and CEO, Keralia
Open IRIS is a free platform to enable resource discovery and sharing. It is a collection of best practices for resource management and optimization. Facilitates collaboration and resource sharing within and across labs and organizations.
Representative: Dean Flanders, Head of Informatics at the Friedrich Miescher Institute (FMI) for Biomedical Research, Switzerland
Core research facilities are essential elements of competitive research enterprises.
Stratocore delivers a powerful, continuously supported and refined core facility management solution that is globally deployed at over 200 research organisations across Europe, North America, Australia, and Asia.
Research management delivered. Globally.
Representative: Leonor Heleno Wielgosz, Global Director of Client Relations and Sales at Stratocore