Whether you are purchasing your first Laboratory Information Management System or replacing an existing LIMS this free How to Buy a LIMS guide will help you find the right solution to fit your specific requirements and help you follow 'Good Laboratory Practice’.
Based on over 60 years of practical management experience specifying and delivering successful LIMS solutions to any laboratory in any industry.
This free LIMS Guide will help anyone considering purchasing a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS). It is intended to give some honest information that will help keep you on track, avoid some of the pitfalls and get your company the system that it needs.
In this definitive LIMS guide you will learn:
- Why you need a LIMS
- Reduced costs of upgrade & support
- Real-time reporting keeps you in the picture
- Improved lab efficiency
- Enhanced data integrity, meaning you can have increased faith in your data
How To Buy a LIMS - The Definitive Guide
This LIMS Selection Guide aims to help anyone considering the purchase of a new or replacement Laboratory Management System (LIMS). It is intended to give some hard "inside" information that will help keep you on track, avoid some of the pitfalls and get your company the system that it needs.
This document is written as a guide for those looking for a system to handle anything from simple sample tracking applications for a small laboratory through to a full function LIMS for a global operation. It will be particularly useful for decision markers, project managers, laboratory managers and IT personnel.
Use this guide from the day on which you start thinking of a new system, up to and even beyond the time of placing the order for a new system. This might be a few months or a few years. If your company already has a system which does all that you want then this document may still be of interest as it will provide information on the latest technology and features available today. If you have bought a system that is less than successful, it might help to identify where things went wrong.