Watch this on-demand webinar to learn about the key considerations when selecting a LIMS to best meet your goals and elevate your lab.
Duration: Approximately 45 minutes
Every organization has unique needs regarding its laboratory processes, workflows, and overall mission. When considering ways to meet those needs, it is vital that an organization evaluates the potential resources they can implement, from laboratory instrumentation to software solutions. The goal is to add value and increase optimization.
Selecting a software solution is a decision that will have a direct, intense impact on your lab. It will affect how efficiently your staff works, how streamlined your processes are, and how accurately your work can be accomplished. You want to make sure that the impact is positive. A laboratory information management system (LIMS) is a necessary resource because it can store and aggregate your data in one place, streamline your workflows and processes, and increase efficiency, reliability, and value – all of which are limited when managed manually. It’s important to choose a solution that is easy-to-use, with minimal customization that addresses the key challenges of your industry and can integrate with existing instrumentation and software systems. Understand the key considerations when selecting a LIMS to best meet your goals and elevate your lab.
By watching this presentation, you will learn about:
- the value of choosing a LIMS solution that meets your laboratory’s requirements and needs
- the impact of making the right choice to elevate your lab’s productivity, efficiency, and ability to deliver high-quality results
Senior Product Specialist, Digital Science Solutions, Thermo Fisher Scientific
As Senior Product Specialist for Digital Science Solutions at Thermo Fisher Scientific, Adam specializes in providing software demonstrations and technical support for organizations across multiple industry sectors who are assessing Thermo Fisher Scientific’s LIMS solutions for their laboratory needs. He has over five years of experience as a technical product specialist for laboratory software. Adam has Doctor of Philosophy and Bachelor of Science degrees in Microbial Genetics and Microbiology from the University of Nottingham.