As a provider of laboratory instrument interfacing solutions since 1986, we have accumulated valuable experience implementing,training and consulting with customers around the world on all aspects of instrument interfacing in the lab.
Out of that experience, we have developed a clear understanding of what it takes
to plan a successful project for interfacing laboratory instruments with LIMS.
At first glance, the task may seem pretty straightforward, taking data from one
location and moving it to another. However, creating truly productive interfaces
between instruments and LIMS requires knowledge about the various interfacing
possibilities along with a thorough understanding of laboratory data flow.
In this white paper, we will present some of the key concepts and considerations
that lead to a successful interfacing project. One that benefits the lab by increasing
the accuracy of reported data, reducing the cost of reporting that data and
getting sample results into LIMS faster.
To read more, Please click on the pdf below.
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