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RURO Releases White Paper on Creating the Modern Laboratory with LIMS 24/7

Published: Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, May 07, 2013
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White paper outlines key challenges faced by laboratory managers

RURO, Inc., a developer of research productivity and management solutions today introduced “Creating the Modern Laboratory Using LIMS 24/7″, a white paper outlining key challenges faced by laboratory managers, scientists and researchers, and how the company’s flagship solution helps them meet daily operational objectives while delivering critical capabilities required to gain competitive advantage.

“Many laboratories suffer inefficiencies because they have not adopted modern automation methods that are built into LIMS 24/7,” stated Vlad Lebedev, System Architect at RURO . “Consequently they not only struggle with day-to-day tasks, but find themselves out of position to react to adversity such as a key technician suddenly leaving, or take advantage of strategic opportunities when presented to them.”

The research lab featured is dealing with a staff that is stretched thin due to the cumbersome and time-consuming processes necessary to maintain compliance (21 CFR Part 11) and oversight requirements as they pursue a new source of funding. They are researching several LIMS solutions when they realize the ultimate goal of a LIMS is a much broader solution than what their immediate needs require. In the current environment of “big box” LIMS providers with long implementation schedules, is there a way to quickly address their immediate compliance needs (in order to secure funding) while paving the way to implementing LIMS the way it is intended (and therefore create the modern lab they desire)? Download the white paper to learn about the rest of the solution!

“This white paper really highlights the strength, value and flexibility of our unique deployment process with a real-world example,” said Tom Dolan, Director of Sales at RURO. “LIMS 24/7 is infinitely configurable to help today’s lab businesses create the modern lab they desire in a modular fashion that fits their time schedule and budget.”


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