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Lisa.lims, the premier Laboratory Information Management System, helps you to automate, organize, and standardize complex workflows for tracking crucial information required for making quick and prudent business decisions.

Lisa.lims is a fully configurable commercial off-the-shelf software solution which can be easily tailored to the specific business requirements of your industry, corporate or government sector.

Lisa.lims' broad spectrum of functions and optional modules help you meet all of your requirements within one system while its modular expansion gives you an option to add as you grow.

Benefits

•    High efficiency in implementation and operation
•    Extensive functionality
•    Modular Product Design
•    Low cost of ownership
•    Real time dynamic reports
•    Web based accessibility - "anytime, anywhere"
•    High scalability
•    FDA 21 cfr part 11, GMP, GLP, ISO 17025 Compliant

Industries Served

•    Petrochemical
•    Pharmaceutical
•    Biotechnology
•    Contract Laboratories
•    Energy Sector

Product Lisa.lims
Company Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc.
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Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc.
496 Holly Grove School Road West End, NC 27376 USA

Tel: +1 (800) 565-LIMS (5467) or +1 (910) 673-8165
Fax: +1 (910) 673-8166
Email: info@atlab.com



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