Efficient lab operations and successful processes.

Gather detailed information on in-vivo and in-vitro processes to define pharmacological and toxicological effects.

Main Features and Their Benefits:

Unifying Systems

Spare the need for separate systems and fulfill all your research needs under one roof – EDC, LIMS and ePRO all in one.

Spend less time trying to juggle between several systems to accomplish one task and focus on the research.

Less integrations between separate systems means a stronger and safer research enterprise.

Training & Support Unity
One system that replaces several lets you avoid the need for multiple training & support people.

Empowering Users

Have the ability to easily manage and uphold your experiments.

No developers or technological knowledge needed to build your sample storage and run your study.

With 24/7 chat support, online or in-person training and e-guides.

Optimized workflows
Enhance workflow with custom workscreens and a personalizable study layout design.

From small preclinical operations to large multi-site trials, all supported.

Optimizing Lab Performance

Enhance your laboratory’s operations and simplify the processes of sample analysis and animal testing.

Maintain Quality
Easily follow SOPs for both in-vivo and in-vitro studies on the same platform, and ensure GLP.

Lab Animal Regulation
Keep highly detailed records of your lab animals, and track their response to treatments.

Sample Tracking
Be informed of your sample’s status and location to better maintain order of your laboratory.

Managing and Measuring Success

Lead the way to accomplishing your goals and have full command over your data.

Data Clarity
Effortlessly filter, refine and search through any data in the system to quickly find answers to burning questions.

Aspire to succeed with live study data that will steer you in the right direction.

Dr. Ayelet Izhaki

Head of Institutional Biobank

“The software is very intuitive and user-friendly, with a good and efficient tech support. Data+ best serves our needs in organizing clinical data.”