Demos

There is an inherent problem with canned demo's of applications under development, they are guaranteed to be out of date. However they are also the easiest way of discovering the essence of an application, how it feels to use, what kind of help it gives to users, how friendly it responds to errors.

The following demo, done by I-TECH and in French, was done for Haiti but shares many of the same features as the other versions:
View a video demo of OpenELIS

Local Demo

You can install a local demo onto your machine using our pre-packaged Virtual Machine.  Click here for instructions to download and install the virtual machine.

Online Demos

Below are online demos of some of the systems we are developing. Please keep in mind that:
  • The purpose of the demo's is to allow the recipient laboratories to keep track on the progress of new features and bug fixes. These are not the deployed versions but are works under development.
  • These are public demo's, do not add any sensitive data information which should not be public.
  • We will also clean up the database at irregular intervals so data entered one day may not be there the next day.
  • We update the demo's fairly regularly which means we stop and restart the applications fairly regularly. If you want to make sure that we do not do that during a time when you might be demo'ing please let us know when and for how long and we will not restart during that time.

Haiti clinical labs -- French
login name: user    password: userUSER!

Haiti clinical labs -- English
login name: user    password: userUSER!

LNSP Haiti -- French 
login name: user    password: userUSER!

Cote d'Ivoire RETRO-CI -- English
login name: user   password: userUSER!

Cote d'Ivoire RETRO-CI -- French
login name: user   password: userUSER!

Cote d'Ivoire LNSP -- French
login name: user   password: userUSER!

Cote d'Ivoire IPCI -- French
login name: user password: userUSER!

Cote d'Ivoire Regional Labs -- French
login name: user   password: userUSER!




Video Demo -- English
This canned video demo was done in June 2009 using an older version of OpenELIS.