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MANAGED SERVICES


The AutoMate 2550, featuring Intelligent Sample Banking (ISB) software.


dedicated Implementation and Project Management team supported SWLP with training and set-up needs, and was on- site to manage the initial running of the system and delivered the AutoMate 2550 on time and with a high level of satisfaction from the customer. “Beckman Coulter UK has kept us updated, through regular communication, which allowed any small issues to be noticed and dealt with immediately without any effect on the project timelines. The project manager was fully aware of services we run, the site itself and our requirements, which was extremely helpful. When the hardware installation started, the engineers were sensitive to our laboratory environment, and made the process feel easy. Ultimately, the project has completely met our requirements, with plans being


pulled together very quickly but was carefully thought through, and implementation was carefully planned,” said Natalie Mendez, Project Manager at South West London Pathology. “This is an example of recent projects in the UK where we have worked with our partners through the last few months to ensure continuity of their services, quick implementation of new instruments to support the laboratory, and IT installations to facilitate staffing difficulties. In these difficult times, we have to support and work with each other, to ultimately do the very best we can for the patients,” said Stu McClure, Project Manager at Beckman Coulter UK.


High-impact pre-and post- analytical laboratory automation The AutoMate 2500 family, including the AutoMate 2550, features ISB software to deliver an automation system that fits laboratories’ specific needs. The AutoMate family of sample processing systems allows laboratories to streamline pre- and post-analytical processes to help gain optimal performance and use of resources, eliminating steps between sample receipt and analysis. Intelligent Sample Banking enhances the automated solution by enabling the laboratory to build and manage a sample bank with maximum efficiency and security, and increased control over sample traceability.


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For more information about how the AutoMate 2500 family and ISB could help your laboratory, please visit the company's website (www.beckmancoulter.com/automate).


This powerful tool works with AutoMate 2500 family instruments to build and manage a sample bank with maximum efficiency and security


POSITIVE IDENTIFICATION OF EACH SAMPLE


20 coded microtubes ensure failsafe processing


AUTOMATIC CREATION OF MICROTUBES


Automatic sample bank creation can be done in the pre- or post-analytical process


SUPERIOR WORKFLOW MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL


Manage archiving, retrieval for re-run, sample reintroduction or sample disposal


ISB can support accreditation, biohazard waste reduction and legal requirements with increased control and full sample traceability


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CONNECT UNLIMITED UNITS TO ONE ISB SERVER


Intelligent Sample Bank management at every location, also across multi-site facilities


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