QReserve was built to help people access equipment they need and save time doing so
“Where can I find a microtome on campus?” QReserve’s co-founder, Brandon Aubie, asked himself this question while working as a research technician at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada.
Brandon lacked a solution to easily find and schedule available equipment on campus, so he built one.
Since QReserve’s inception in 2014, thousands of researchers from around the world have adopted the powerful platform to catalogue, showcase, and schedule their lab resources.
Your lab will benefit by:
1. Reduced Administrative Work
Our users save hours to days of administrative work each month using QReserve’s smart scheduling tools and automatically-generated utilization and capacity reports.
2. Fast Adoption
Our platform is easy to use and fast to adopt which has helped our clients easily transition to QReserve.
3. One Central Platform
Long gone are the days of disparate spreadsheets, shared calendars and pen-and-paper systems for managing your resources. Manage all resource-related matters, including scheduling, maintenance, file storage, and user training, in one, central platform: QReserve.
Unified administration for the University of Sheffield’s Faculty of Science
"It’s a big jump, and we wanted to make sure we made the right jump."
How QReserve Brought an Entire Research Institute Together
The PGCRL Equipment Database has brought SickKids' research resources out of hiding - facilitating collaboration, maximizing utilization, and providing insights that allow for improved allocation of funding.
Helping companies flourish with QReserve in Ontario
"We’ve added around 150 members from 49 companies into QReserve, and I’ve had no one ask for help; they started using it easily. I used to work in operations, and people having no questions when adopting new software is unheard of."
Growing with QReserve
Johnny depends on QReserve to demonstrate the value of his lab. By tracking yearly inventories and activity, he can show the BMS LAB's contributions to research and education at the University of Twente.