Replacement LIMS: Configuring for the Future
News Nov 22, 2010
The early LIMS were purchased and customized to address specific laboratory requirements and were effective production, automation and research tools. However, as new laboratory technology and process changes have been introduced over the past 20-plus years, LIMS to support these changes has also evolved significantly.
The article Replacement LIMS: Configuring for the Future outlines some of the key considerations that should be made when replacing a LIMS.
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