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Crime Fighter Beast LIMS

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Porter Lee's LIMS, Crime Fighter Beast, provides an integrated information system for Police Departments and Crime Laboratories.  It is a highly versatile and configurable system that empowers administrators to mold the system with the ever-changing disciplines of forensic science.

The Crime Fighter BEAST LIMS provides laboratories with a holistic means to record and track case related information. Everything from multiple and resubmissions to item and sample information to sequencing of multiple types of analysis for multiple disciplines to note taking to report generation, the BEAST handles it all in a logical and efficient manner.

The BEAST also manages information outside of case related activities. Training, research, presentations, supply ordering, billing, equipment maintenance, and quality assurance are just a few examples of how the BEAST can adapt to the needs of laboratory managers for their complete informational needs.

Product Crime Fighter Beast LIMS
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Porter Lee Corporation
1901 Wright Blvd. Schaumburg, Illinois 60193 USA

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