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LABLynx LIMS

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LABLynx LIMS is an Internet/Intranet laboratory automation and data management solution. The LABLynx design uses readily available, proven components and not proprietary languages. This allows LABLynx to be configurable to accommodate a variety of laboratory needs and integrate with many third party software packages. The system also utilizes Microsoft SQL Server or Oracle for its database backend.

The latest product line from LABLynx is called E-Lab. The LABLynx E-Lab is the evolution of LIMS into an enterprise level solution. E-Lab applications are web browser-based laboratory enterprise solutions that are available for traditional deployment at a customer's site, or as an ASP (Application Service Provider) solution. The E-Lab Suite offers a complete line of modular laboratory and industry specific applications.

Product LABLynx LIMS
Company LABLynx, Inc.
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LABLynx, Inc.
2400 Lake Park Drive Suite 435 Smyrna, GA 30080 USA

Tel: +1 (770) 859-1992
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Email: sales@lablynx.com



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