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SLims is a flexible, complete, compliant and easy-to-use LIMS & ELN (Electronic Lab Notebook) tailored to labs that deal with continuously changing requirements.

SLims was designed with flexibility as its main design principle, ready to be adapted to any type of laboratory. The SLims configuration can be permanently modified and fine-tuned by SLims users, and is therefore optimally suited for dynamic lab environments. The system is very competitively and transparently priced, without any hidden costs. SLims was built with the latest web 2.0 technologies, by labs, for labs.
 
•    Only needs a browser to run, but feels like a desktop application
•    Spreadsheet style grids and input
•    Visual storage location details (96 well plates, freezer, etc)
•    Seamlessly integrated administration modules
•    Word processor style Electronic Lab Notebook
•    ISO and CFR Part 11 compliant

Product SLims
Company Genohm Belgium
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Genohm Belgium
Technologiepark 3 bus 9 9052 Zwijnaarde Belgium

Tel: +32 (0)9 241 57 10

Email: maarten@genohm.com



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