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jwLIMS

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The jwLIMS is a laboratory information management system that was specially designed for the process industry (chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry and food industry) in the SAP R/3TM environment. The most important aspect of its development was to meet all demands a company from one of the above-mentioned industries makes on such a system.  As a basic principle, the jwLIMS is implemented without modification of the SAP R/3 standard code and it has proven to survive release upgrades, thereby guaranteeing our customers a secure investment. The jwLIMS was implemented as an add-on using only the SAP R/3 workbench and no other interface. The jwLIMS is distinguished by remarkably high flexibility.

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Company jwConsulting GmbH
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jwConsulting GmbH
Caspar-David-Friedrich-Str. 7 D-69190 Walldorf GERMANY

Tel: +6227-64758
Fax: +6227-62519
Email: j.winkler@jwconsulting.de



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