Technology Networks Purchases LIMSource to Launch Expanded Online LIMS Platform
News Sep 13, 2011
Technology Networks is pleased to announce its acquisition of the LIMSource (www.LIMSource.com) and the LIMS/Letter (www.LIMSletter.com) in their continued portfolio expansion for the scientific community.
Founded in 1996, the LIMSource is the original and oldest online directory of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS). The inclusion of the LIMSource in Technology Networks’ portfolio will enable them to provide the most in-depth, subjective directory of LIMS, Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELNs), Scientific Data Management Systems (SDMSs) and other lab data automation products and services on the Internet.
"We are very pleased to add the LIMSource and LIMSletter to our portfolio,” stated Ken Browne, CEO of Technology Networks. “These two sites have long been providing the most comprehensive and accurate information about LIMS on the Internet. The incorporation of the LIMSource into Technology Networks will leverage our web site’s functionality to provide visitors with a better means of searching and finding information the LIMS information they seek, as well as better opportunities for advertisers to showcase their solutions in a vendor-independent portal.”
The LIMSource will be working closely with Technology Networks to integrate their content into Technology Networks’ web site. Helen Gillespie, LIMSource founder and publisher, will remain on board as the editor of the LIMSource and the LIMSletter, providing guidance and editorial in the LIMS arena. “It’s just great to help shepherd the LIMSource to the next level of XHTML with Technology Networks,” she stated. “Together the two sites will deliver a much better user experience and much faster access to the most relevant, non-biased LIMS information.”
To view the combined, expanded web site, visit www.TechnologyNetworks.com/LIMS.
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