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Paperless Lab Forum 2013

29 Dec 2012 - 19 Apr 2013 - Copenhagen, Denmark



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This is your chance to discover the enormous potential of paperless lab data management. The benefits of going paperless are considerable: you can easily generate high quality data, increase and improve compliance, work directly with raw data and securely store and distribute data. That means far more flexibility, efficiency and productivity for your business.

With live demonstrations from leading paperlesslab providers and users, you can see for yourself what fits your needs and meet the experts in person. Find out what the very latest in paperless lab solutions have to offer – from barcodes, ELN, LIMS and environmental monitoring to instrument interface and business intelligence systems.

The forum is ideal for managers and technicians working in quality control, environmental monitoring, analytics, quality assurance, IT and R & D. Attendees will learn how to improve efficiency, quality, cost reduction, reporting and IT management. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, the Paperless Lab Forum 2013 presents a unique opportunity to broaden your knowledge.



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