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Renowned Molecular Diagnostics Leader Selects LABVANTAGE for its Global Quality Management Laboratories

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LABVANTAGE has announced that a leader in molecular diagnostics selected LABVANTAGE Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) for its worldwide quality management laboratories to achieve high processing efficiencies, superior laboratory data quality and regulatory compliance.

LABVANTAGE culminates with the most abundant, robust key functionality and ELN integrated solution that facilitate advanced decision support and SAP integration.

“We are very pleased with the fact that LABVANTAGE can provide both LIMS and QC ELN functionality over one single platform,” says the Senior Director of QC. “The solution is very easy to work with, and the LABVANTAGE Team demonstrated the experience and expertise necessary to suggest to us best practices to help streamline our complex, manual processes.”

“LABVANTAGE is proud to participate in this global campaign against infectious diseases by equipping diagnostic labs with the best LIMS technology available, streamlining biomedical research and drug development,” says Jeff Ferguson, CEO of LABVANTAGE.

The implementation of LABVANTAGE will allow consistent, real-time sample life-cycle monitoring of critical sample data and test results, thus providing a foundational platform for data sharing and collaborations among various business units both within the headquarter and between its multinational sites.

As a result, LABVANTAGE resolves quandaries amassed from difficulty in proactively identify potential issues (which may result in non-conformances), loss of product (scrap and rebuild), backorders, and resource drain fueled by excessive manual data mining.