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CSols Seminar: Leveraging Informatics to Support Lean Labs

Published: Monday, March 18, 2013
Last Updated: Sunday, March 17, 2013
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CSols plans to host the seminar at San Francisco on March 26th, Los Angeles March 27th, and San Diego March 28th.

CSols, Inc. has announced that their Road Show is on the move again and heading to California.

CSols plans to visit San Francisco on March 26th, Los Angeles March 27th, and San Diego March 28th and host the complimentary seminar “Leveraging Informatics to Support Lean Labs” from 8am - 10am. Registration is required and a light breakfast will be provided.

Seminar Overview
Organizations are putting more pressure on quality control/assurance laboratories within the manufacturing environment to become leaner and eliminate waste from their process.

Incorporating Laboratory Informatics Solutions such as LIMS, CDS, ELN, SDMS, etc. into the lab can:
• improve quality and productivity
• reduce cycle times
• minimize the use of paper
• provide procedural enforcement

This seminar will discuss the use of laboratory informatics solutions and how they can be leveraged to support Lean Concepts and further automate laboratory processes.

Who Should Attend:
QC Managers, QC Technicians, Lab Managers, Lean Manufacturers, Lab Directors, Chemists & Technicians, and IT Personnel.

Registration & Additional Information:
• March 26th - Hampton Inn - S. San Francisco, CA
• March 27th - Residence Inn - Irvine, CA
• March 28th - Empress Hotel - La Jolla, CA


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