New Market Research Report on Laboratory Information Systems (LIS / LIMS) Markets
News Apr 16, 2014
Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
Laboratory Information Systems (LIS / LIMS) Markets (Clinical Laboratory Software and Hardware, Drug Discovery Systems).
Laboratory information systems (LIS), also known as laboratory information management systems (LIMS), are data and information management systems designed for industrial and medical-related laboratories, including clinical and analytical laboratories. This Kalorama Information market report, The World Market for Lab Information Systems (LIS) analyzes 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. This report generally forecasts future growth to 2017. Market segments covered include the world, North American, European, Brazilian and Japanese markets, as well as segments for LIS software and hardware.
As part of its coverage, the report contains the following:
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
This report also reviews the nature and direction of research and trends, and gives insight into some issues facing the industry.
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