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CCLAS LIMS

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Mincom's CCLAS LIMS is a component of the Mincom Intelligent Mining Solution (IMS) suite and a leading Laboratory Information Management System for Mining and Metal Processing industries. CCLAS provides a wide range of tools to help the laboratories optimize their processes and produce quality results in the shortest possible timeframe, and in the most cost efficient manner.

Today there are over 3,000 CCLAS users located in more than 200 sites in 30+ countries worldwide, in a wide range of mining, metal processing, production, research and commercial laboratory operations. CCLAS installations range from simple stand-alone systems through to complex multi-site systems running on a central application server across a wide area network (WAN) or via the Internet.

The latest version of CCLAS EL (Enterprise LIMS) now incorporates .NET modules including a Report Writer and Management Dashboard.

Product CCLAS LIMS
Company Mincom Pty Ltd
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Mincom Pty Ltd
Mincom Central Building, 193 Turbot Street, Brisbane, QLD 4000 Australia

Tel: +61 7 3303 3333
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