Kalorama Releases LIMS/LIS Report
Article Nov 10, 2013
The complicated results generated from powerful IVD analyzers and automated lab equipment require top-notch IT systems to aid lab personnel in interpreting and storing vast amounts of data. Laboratory information systems (LIS), also known as laboratory information management systems (LIMS), are designed for industrial and medical-related labs, including clinical and analytical labs. This market has become a need-to-know area both for IT companies and diagnostic companies, and it is covered in detail in Kalorama Information's updated report:
Laboratory Information Systems (LIS / LIMS): Software, Hardware and Service Markets for Clinical Labs and Drug Discovery Labs - September 2013
This report provides exclusive market analysis of the current and potential world markets for medical laboratory information system software and hardware -- both for the clinical diagnostics lab and the drug discovery and research laboratory. Along with an overview of the industry and important trends in the marketplace -- including middleware trends, on-demand LIMS, user interface trends, and key acquisitions -- the report also profiles suppliers competing in the LIS market, and forecasts future growth to 2017.
Key Market Information:
Clinical LIMS Market in North America, Europe, Brazil, Japan, Rest of World
Drug Discovery LIMS Market in North America, Europe, Brazil, Japan, Rest of World
Recent Key Mergers and Acquisitions
Laboratory Types and Growth
Laboratory Information Systems Selected Vendors, Approximate Number of Contracts/Operating Sites
Drivers and Obstacles to Growth
Issues and Trends:
This report also reviews acquisitions and the nature and direction of research and trends, and gives insight into some issues facing the industry. Among these trends are the following:
Accelrys Acquires Aegis, Vialis
Roper Acquires Sunquest
StarLims Acquires Distributors
HIPAA 5010 Migration
Cerner Expands with Labotix Acquisition
Proof of Concept Service
The report profiles over 50 companies, including large companies that have made names for themselves in the field, as well as smaller firms with market niches. These companies are involved in developing and marketing these systems.
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