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Apples to Apples

21 Aug 2013 - 21 Aug 2013 - Webex

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Complimentary Webinar

Apples to Apples – Selecting the Right Informatics Solution 

Join us Wednesday, August 21st at 2:00pm EDT

Ensure that you are comparing apples to apples when making your Lab Informatics selection. Join our group of experts as we discuss how to level the playing field during your selection process and avoid the cost, wasted effort, and disappointment of selecting the wrong product. In one hour, learn the criteria to consider when deciding which Lab Informatics solution is the best fit for you.


Register Here: CSols Webinar


Key Take-Aways:

·         Significant functionality overlaps exist in the Lab Informatics product solution space

·         There are more requirements to consider than just User requirements

·         The secret to understanding a product’s true capabilities

·         Trade-offs should be expected and analyzed


Who Should Attend:

·         Laboratory Directors, Managers and Analysts

·         IT Executives and Leaders

·         Quality Control and Quality Assurance

·         Plant Management & Manufacturers


This is a complimentary hour long presentation including a Q & A section.


Register Here: CSols Webinar


CSols, Inc.
131 Continental Drive, Suite 303
Newark, DE 19713
302-731-5290  |

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