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Uncountable is a cloud-based laboratory information management system (LIMS), which helps small to large material, chemical and life sciences companies manage, share and analyze experiment data and facilitate interaction among team members.
Researchers can use the searchable repository to locate and extract the required experiment data based on several fields like measurements, ingredients or process parameters. Uncountable enables users to prepare new recipes, track outputs and correlations and perform complex calculations. The AI-based platform helps professionals predict formulation performance and receive optimized suggestions. Supervisors can also assign lab requests and notify team members. Additionally, it allows users to prepare experiment designs and ...
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Max from Rogers Corporation
Company Size: 501-1,000 employees
Time Used: More than 2 years
Review Source: Capterra
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Critical Software for Formulation Development and Documentation
From recreating products with different ingredients to designing purely abstract concepts in the form of aggregated data, our experience with this software has been excellent. To date, we have not encountered a project that this software and their team has been unable to tackle through utilizing their software package. Uncountable's team will customize the platform, curating to many, if not all, needs your organization may have.
This software enabled our company to merge development between business units. It has accelerated our formulation and new product development tenfold. We are now able to present, analyze and understand our accumulated data on a substantially improved level company wide. This software and the Uncountable's team of data scientists are attentive and immediately responsive to needs pertaining to the platform and data analysis. Their employees level of expertise in the fields of data science and general chemistry are bar none.
I have not found any issues with this software thus far.