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Pardus' eQMS::LIMS is a flexible LIMS that streamlines processes and data flows throughout an analytical, research or quality assurance laboratories.

eQMS::LIMS unifies diverse sets of biological, chemical or physical data collected across corresponding analytical laboratories. Assignments, data and job queues are presented through a browser based user interface, hence any personal computer equipped with Internet explorer can readily access the system. eQMS::LIMS relies on workflow engine that automates overall analytical processes - from sample reception till analytical report or certificate generation. The system provides mechanisms to predefine analytical procedures depending on sample type (standrad operating procedure), purpose of analysis, owner etc, still allowing controlled modification of procedures thus fitting well into both routine and one-of environment. Data collected through eQMS::LIMS are accessible using comprehensive query facility - all analytical data are available in XML format or can be exported in XLS format for further analysis.

eQMS::LIMS is completely web based and build on open architecture using industry standards (SQL 99, Java J2EE 1.4 specification) enabling it to run on range of software and hardware platforms (JBoss, Oracle Application Server, IBM WebSphere, Oracle RDBMS, IBM DB2, PostgreSQL etc) thus allowing organizations to choose optimal platform for their environments. Thanks to its architecture adding new workstations is an easy task as there is no need for installing and configuring an application on local user machines.

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