Chemtest launches new Chemsolutions Connector for HoleBASE SI

Chemtest’s new Chemsolutions connector for Keynetix’s HoleBASE SI geotechnical data management software will save clients time and minimise errors when scheduling environmental testing.

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Chemsolutions, which includes the Chemconnect web platform and Chemgenie mobile app, was developed with the aim of speeding up the entire testing process and reducing errors,” explained Chemsolutions System Administrator Marcin Waryszak.

The Chemsolutions connector allows our clients to carry out all test scheduling and interpretation of results without ever having to leave HoleBASE SI,” he said.

Sample information and test scheduling data is entered into a HoleBASE SI project and then connected to Chemsolutions. Clients then choose which Chemtest-specific suites of tests they want to be carried out on each sample. This information is sent directly to the laboratory at the click of a button, without the need for re-entering data in multiple systems.

Users can keep track of test progress and, once testing is complete, import results back into HoleBASE SI.

The solution provides data flow interoperability between both systems, eliminating errors generated during manual processing and increasing compatibility, to ensure data is always compliant with AGS 4 standards,” Waryszak added.

Keynetix Managing Director Roger Chandler said: “The Chemsolutions connector for HoleBASE SI will reduce errors – as there can only be one reference for each sample – make the testing process much smoother. It will also save time for entire project team, as data will be in a format compatible with a wide range of software packages, including Excel and AutoCAD Civil 3D.

Chemtest HoleBASE SI Webinar

A webinar is being run on the 7th November at 1 pm to show users how to use this new functionality – Registration is free and a recording of the webinar will be available to everyone who registers even if they are not able to attend on the day.

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