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Leveraging Informatics to support Lean Labs

11 Dec 2012 - 11 Dec 2012 - Raleigh, NC, USA

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If you are looking to eliminate waste in your laboratory, then this seminar is for you.

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

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 rapid business decisions.

Registration is required and a light breakfast will be provided.

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

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