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Digitization improves lab supply chain management
Time is a major obstacle for the invention of a new product or for the development of a novel product from basic concepts. The time taken for an idea to be proved, prototyped and developed into beneficial invention determines the success of the product as there are multiple competitors existing in the market. As a result, scientists have to manage their time efficiently while executing their projects. However, unfortunately a lot of time is wasted when the required lab supplies such as reagents, kits, consumables, equipment etc. are not available while conducting crucial research experiments. Scientists often struggle in contacting the right biosuppliers, establishing trust with a new brand of product or facing delays in the delivery of an urgent material.