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Element DataSystem LIMS

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Promium, LLC is a leading provider of laboratory information management systems (LIMS) for commercial, Federal, State and Municipal testing laboratories. They focus exclusively on labs that test soil, water and air. Because of that focus, they tightly align their products and services with the needs of their customers. Over 200 laboratories have implemented their Element DataSystem LIMS and support facilities ranging from two users to over 100 users.

ElementDataSystem is an intuitive LIMS that can be quickly and easily integrated into the laboratory to improve information management. Element is a highly configurable system that addresses the needs of most laboratories without the significant customization required by other systems.

Key features include:
· Strong sample management and tracking
· Seamless integration with analytical test equipment
· Standard and customized reports (including support for CLP)
· Real-time alerts and workflow automation
· Web-based client access
· Broad library of EDD formats
· Automated Audit trail
· Bar coding automation
· Electronic data transfer
· Internal Chain of custody

Product Element DataSystem LIMS
Company Promium, LLC
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Promium, LLC
3350 Monte Villa Parkway, Suite 220 Bothell, WA 98021 USA

Tel: +1 (425) 286-9200 or +1.877.PROMIUM
Fax: +1 (425) 286-9201
Email: info@promium.com



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