Lima software has defined capabilities and standards in forensic casework management for over a decade and today’s launch of version 2.9 is set to rewrite the rules.
Lima v2.9 is designed to manage any type of forensic casework, and gives users the ability to match any department with any evidence and any test. Lima v2.9 not only allows users to record and track any type of evidence (from Drones to DNA) but brings the data together providing transparency and giving a holistic view of a forensic investigation.
It’s a significant step in the evolution of forensic case management that builds on Lima’s robust reputation and is just one of the reasons why Lima is used by 60% of the UK’s police forces.
Lima v2.9 boasts a raft of additional new functions and features including the ability for users to create their own forms (and form fields) and the ability to associate them with items created in the system. It’s a seriously versatile feature which effectively futureproofs Lima v2.9 against technological developments which might be coming around the corner.
Lima v2.9 also gives users the ability to add conditional forms within the submission process, which ensure that everything that may be needed for an investigation is recorded and tracked at source.
Commenting on the launch of Lima v2.9 IntaForensics founder Andrew Frowen says “I am absolutely delighted with the launch of Lima v2.9 today which is a genuine gamechanger in forensic case management. It’s been a busy period demonstrating the platform’s versatile new features, and the response has been amazing. Now I’m really looking forward to introducing Lima v2.9 to the whole of forensic science”.
To find out more about how Lima v2.9 is transforming forensic case management, or to arrange a demonstration, visit https://www.intaforensics.com/lima/ or Tel: O247 77 17780 to speak with a member of our team.