It's in the Freezerworks DNA
to the Researcher
For Research and Biotech Laboratories
Translational medicine relies on the powerful asset of the modern biobank. Proper and reliable data management software is crucial in assessing and maintaining sample quality for life saving research, as well as getting the most valuable samples to the researchers in a timely and efficient way. But biobanks and biorepositories extend beyond human medicine, and are vital to the modern museum, as well as environmental research. In all these areas, Freezerworks is the trusted software backbone of biobank and biorepository data management.
Research departments in the academic, biotech and pharmaceutical world lead the way in the burgeoning world of translational medicine, bringing research to the bedside. Dataworks Development created the first Freezerworks 20 years ago to manage valuable samples for research. As the job has grown and adapted to meet the new horizons of genomic, proteomic, stem cell and drug discovery research, so has the power and capability of our software.
Since 1987 Dataworks Development has been in the forefront of clinical trial data and sample management. As new discoveries bring promising new drugs into the pipeline at an unprecedented pace, laboratory professionals need flexible software to meet the growing demands for sample management. Dataworks Development remains on the job, and continues to manage the sample flow for many of the world’s finest and most respected clinical research centers.
True Configurability is the Freezerworks Advantage. Dataworks Development, Inc. has been delivering quality data and sample management software solutions to research and clinical laboratories since 1987. Our mission is to provide software that is both configurable and secure. Our focus is on freezer inventory, sample labeling, tracking, and sample management for laboratories and biorepositories.
Our Mission: Dataworks streamlines sample management by providing high quality services and configurable, secure, and relevent software to the scientific community.