Year in review
The strange year of 2020 has come to an end and we embraced 2021 with open arms.
Together we accomplished a lot in the previous year. Your scientific research was more important than ever before and we are proud to help you expand the frontiers of science.
Let’s take a look at what we achieved as a part of the SciNote community.
Lab digitalization became an important topic around the world.
In 2020 alone, scientists from 174 countries visited our website,
and SciNote alone has been used in 130 different countries around the globe!
In 2020 alone you:
Created 21.200 new projects
Conducted 35.600 experiments
Shared your knowledge across 49.200 teams.
With switching from paper to an ELN you saved more than 1.4 million sheets of A4 paper and grew more than 141 trees in the digital forest.
2020 was a challenging year for our product team and our hard-working developers. Regardless of the global situation, our team took into account your feedback and enriched SciNote with 18 new features! SciNote also got a bit of a makeover: a new dashboard that shows all important data in one place.
Updated product video was published, showcasing most important features and usage of SciNote.
To keep you updated with the software additions, we prepared 30 tutorials.
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More than 2000 hours were devoted to customer care, to help you conduct your research with the least amount of difficulties
You also got the chance to listen to 3 new webinars this year. We talked about lab digitalization, the internet of things and about the lab regulations.
Women power! In the previous year 3 important positions within the SciNote team were taken by our new excellent leaders:
Hana Gaber as SciNote’s COO
Blazka Satler as the Head of Support
Tea Pavlek as the Head of Marketing
We have grown a lot though this challenging year and we hope you have grown as well. Thank you for trusting us with your research and sending us your heartwarming feedback.
We wish you a successful year of 2021 and don’t be a stranger, click the button below and send us what you would like to see in SciNote in the future!