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Joint Webinar: Extending LabWare LIMS Beyond the Lab

16 Oct 2013 - 16 Oct 2013 - Webinar

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Complimentary Webinar

Extending LabWare LIMS beyond the Lab

Join us Wednesday, October 16 at 2:00pm EDT

You may have implemented or be implementing a LabWare LIMS that performs perfectly within your Lab, but does it provide equal value to users OUTSIDE of your Lab?  Can infrequent users of your system rapidly navigate and execute their tasks in an efficient manner?  Can external customers of your services log samples, review status and generate reports on demand with little or no training.  

If you answered “No” to either of the above questions then this webinar is for you. In this one hour webinar, we will describe the benefits of extending your LabWare LIMS beyond the Lab using Simplica’s custom web interfaces.  We will discuss:

·         Why users outside of the Lab require a different UI
·         How to define the requirements for an extended UI
·         Mapping business process to LIMS functionality and modules
·         On demand reporting
·         The technology behind Simplica’s web interface


This discussion will be followed by a Case study on the implementation of LabWare LIMS with an extended UI.  The case study will include a live demonstration of the UI.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------Register Here: CSols Webinar


Key Take-Aways:

·         The business benefits of the extended UI
·         The Infrastructure required to support the extended UI
·         “So that’s what an extended UI looks like”


Who Should Attend:

·         ·       Project Managers
·       Informatics Project Participants
·       Laboratory Directors, Managers and Analysts
·       IT Executives and Leaders

Understand the significant business benefits that may be realized by extending your LIMS beyond the Lab. Spend an hour learning how these benefits have been realized through the utilization of a Simplica front-end. 

Register Here: CSols Webinar

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

This is the next installment in our ongoing series of complimentary webinars focused on issues of interest to the informatics community.

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

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