Going out on a LIMS
White Paper Nov 24, 2010
Any laboratory that generates data, especially from an instrument run, that is stored and later used in some form of reporting or analysis will benefit from the use of a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS). Using a LIMS system reduces the time it takes to turnaround sample results, improves internal communications, sample tracking, data retrieval, quality assurance and control, and secure archiving of data. Most importantly, laboratories find that their relationships with customers are also improved.
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