Inventory

Take control of your inventory

Always know how much you have in stock and where it is kept.
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Inventory

How it works

Inventory should boost science, not block it. Our lab inventory manager is fully customizable, so you can track all key details for every supply and lab-made material. From quantities and locations to expiration alerts and SDS forms, you’ll comply with regulations and stay in full command.

Your team can even submit order requests from inventory, with no more second-guessing about buying the right thing. Quartzy makes it a breeze.

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No need to start over

If your current lab inventory is in Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, or a Claris FileMaker database, you can upload it to Quartzy in no time with our easy import tool.

Search and add items to your inventory
(without manually typing it all in)

Quartzy hosts catalog data from leading brands like MilliporeSigma, New England BioLabs, and Qiagen. Just a few clicks will add their product to your inventory, with all related details and product page links.

Search and add items to your inventory
Keep track of everything

Track anything: commercial chemicals and supplies, lab-made items such as plasmids, cell-lines and oligos, or whatever you need. Quartzy is completely customizable, so it’s easy to keep tabs on the attributes that matter to your lab.

Keep track of everything
Yes, even freezer boxes

Quartzy lets you create locations and sub-locations for any item. Our interactive graphical interface can even locate items in freezer boxes.

Advanced search and filters

Stop hunting all over the lab! Quartzy’s advanced search and filter functions find the exact item you need — fast.

Oversee and limit editing privileges

Do you want all members of the lab to be able to update stock levels? Great! You can provide inventory editing privileges to all lab members or easily restrict it so only Lab Admins control which items are updated.

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We keep all our plasmids, cell lines, and bacterial stocks on Quartzy. It’s great to be able to quickly search Quartzy, find what you’re looking for, and retrieve it for an experiment.

David Bryant, PhD, Principal Investigator,
Cancer Research UK Beatson Institute

Always know what you have and where it is located

Join 425,000 scientists who keep better tabs on their inventory.

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