Keynetix Release Further Upgrades to their Leading Geotechnical Laboratory Management Software

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Keynetix – home of the UK’s most widely used geotechnical laboratory management system KeyLAB; today announced further improvements to their already pioneering software.

Included in 16 major improvements made to KeyLAB 2.1 is a full AGS administrator for AGS 3.1 and AGS 4, and features that allow data entry staff to view everyone’s tests; also the internal communication between KeyLAB 2.1 and remote databases has now been reconfigured allowing you to save data 5 times faster than before.

The system whilst requiring user privileges to see individual projects and assets also allows individual labs to set up their own equipment lists, tests and attach photos to their test results and has an expanded number of tests available for free download from the Keynetix knowledgebase.

Whilst KeyLAB 2 has already been reported by its existing customers as flexible and showing a return on investment within 6 months; the additional benefits simply make it even more value for money.  Peter Keeton of ESG says “ESG has been a KeyLAB development partner since the first version and I have been impressed with the level of investment that has gone into this new version, we look forward to using it”.

Keynetix are delighted to announce that all existing KeyLAB 2 and KeyLAB 1 customers with maintenance contracts will be receiving the upgrade at no additional cost.  For a full list of improvements please see the KeyLAB upgrade pages at



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