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Please, welcome an improved workflow of orders management in LabSuit!

Recently we improved orders management module in LabSuit. 

Lets't take this classical case as a example. In a typical lab there are two persons responsible for ordering. The first just approves the order, which is then submitted to the order manage, who actually orders it. Usually these functions are strictly separated and often, this two people do not meet for a couple of days, for example a PI who is traveling and a lab secretary, who's most of the time is on campus.

The steps go as follows:

1) A graduate/PhD student enters a product, and chooses a) an approval manager and b) an order manager
2) The approval manager gets an notification and approves or rejects an order request
3) In the first case the order manager gets an notification and orders the product 
4) In the second case the user entering the request gets notified.
5)  A grad student/PhD gets the product delivered

The roles of a grad student, approval manager and orders manager are dynamic and fluid. In some labs grad stud…

By mentoring Biztec teams, these people give back to community

Just yesterday I had chance of introducing LabSuit to a delegation from Moscow. The delegation came for a visit to Technion to see how things work and learn if they can find something applicable to their institute. Beyond overwhelming academic programs, they got introduced to Biztec, Technion's accelerator. I've been asked many interesting questions both about LabSuit (the institute they came from deals a lot with materials, so we had some common ground), and about Biztec itself. One of the questions still excites me (obviously it does, since I decided to write a blog post about it).
The person asked:
- I understand, that Technion Biztec accelerator is great, owing to numerous mentors, that themselves are Technion graduates in the past, often successful entrepreneurs and hold executive position in the companies they founded. - Exactly! So they come to mentor young teams and their contribution is huge!  I said - But how could that be? - he asked me. "A successful business…

Prof. Shmaryau Hoz says about LabSuit

Some time ago one of our team members got a telephone call from Prof. Smaryau Hoz. He asked for help in finding and delivering one chemical from Technion. Though it was typical request for us, we were pleasantly surprised by what Prof. Shmarayu said about this experience.

"A while ago I suggested to Udi Keinan that the ICS [Israel Chemical Society] open and run a Yad 2 site for chemicals. I am happy to see that it has materialized in the form of Labsuit and from my single experience with you it worked out very well"