How To Use a LIMS To Improve Compliance
How To Guide Jun 10, 2020 | By R. D. McDowall
A laboratory information management system (LIMS) can be used to drive both business improvement and compliance with regulations or quality standards. But just implementing a LIMS isn’t enough. Making sure that your laboratory is set up to maximize the benefits of a LIMS is an essential consideration.
Download this guide to discover the key features to consider when implementing a LIMS to improve compliance, including:
- Ditching paper-based workflows for electronic alternatives
- Interfacing your instruments correctly
- Using audit trails to show accountability
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