Join us Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 2:00pm EST
The challenges and needs of scientists, laboratories, and organizations continually change over time and in response, the laboratory informatics industry has continued to innovate and develop new capabilities and software systems. This has resulted in an “alphabet soup” of lab informatics solutions (LIMS, ELN, LES, etc.) being offered by a variety of vendors. As the number and type of lab informatics systems continue to grow, the degree of functional overlap and convergence of purpose has likewise grown. As a result, it has become more difficult to determine which system or combination of systems will give you the capabilities and benefits that you are looking for and which solution is best for your situation.
In one hour, learn the benefits and use of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), Laboratory Execution Systems (LES), and Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELN). An informatics expert will discuss the specific uses and benefits of each application type. The webinar will also review the convergence of functionality that is taking place in this space as well as why an integrated multi-system solution may work best in your lab, department, or organization.
- Discover the different types of applications for laboratory informatics: LIMS, LES, and ELN
- See how each application could impact and improve the quality of work produced in the laboratory
- Explore how and why these different applications overlap
- Determine if a hybrid solution may be right for your organization
Who Should Attend?
- Laboratory Directors, Managers and Analysts/Scientists
- IT Executives and Leaders
- Quality Control and Quality Assurance
- Research & Development Leaders
You will have the opportunity to speak directly with a CSols subject matter expert who will answer the questions you may have.
This is a complimentary hour long presentation including a Q & A portion.
Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 2:00pm EST
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