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ATL to Host Webcast on LIMS Benefits for NELAC/TNI and ISO 17025 Regulated Laboratories
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ATL to Host Webcast on LIMS Benefits for NELAC/TNI and ISO 17025 Regulated Laboratories

ATL to Host Webcast on LIMS Benefits for NELAC/TNI and ISO 17025 Regulated Laboratories
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ATL to Host Webcast on LIMS Benefits for NELAC/TNI and ISO 17025 Regulated Laboratories

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Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL) will host the fourth in a series of webcasts on
Wednesday, May 21, 2014, from 1:00pm-1:30pm EDT to share information on the benefits of LIMS for NELAC and ISO 17025 Regulated Laboratories. This informative webinar will highlight some of the benefits specific to organizations compliant with NELAC/TNI and ISO 17025 requirements.

NELAC/TNI laboratories often track more than just analytical results. More and more, accreditation agencies are requiring increasing amounts of meta-data to support the analytical results. The implementation of a LIMS can assist with storing, evaluating, and maintaining these additional requirements to aide in sustaining or acquiring NELAC/TNI accreditation.

This webcast is designed to provide a deeper understanding for current and prospective LIMS users on how these powerful tools can be leveraged in tracking more than analytical results. The presentation will also examine the power of statistics (SAS JMP) in viewing important trends that users may not have been previously aware existed to maximize laboratory business intelligence. The presentation will also examine data integrity - 21CFR 11 and 40 CFR 3, tracking and managing Cause Analysis, Demonstration of Capabilities (DOC), and document control.

Recommended attendees include laboratory and quality managers in NELAC/TNI accredited organizations, along with those in the analytical, food & beverage, manufacturing (product/material testing), agriculture, energy, environmental, water/wastewater, life science, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and public health sectors.

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