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Codon LIMS

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Codon LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System) solutions are suite of applications specifically geared towards specific industries viz., Pharmaceuticals, Petrochemicals, Food & Beverage Laboratories. The LIMS solution for Pharmaceutical industry has built-in modules to maintain audit trails in accordance with GMP regulations. For Pharmaceutical industry, the LIMS solution package contains a module specifically to comply with 21 CFR Part 11 regulations of FDA.

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Codon Software Pvt. Ltd.
161/1, Road No: 13A Jubilee Hills Hyderabad -- 500 033 INDIA

Tel: +91-40-6553 4370
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Email: info@codonsoft.com



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