This on-demand webinar describes how optimizing downstream processes, with SampleManager LIMS software Refinery Solution, can increase refinery laboratory productivity.
Duration: Approximately 30 minutes
The Energy industry continues to see the value of adopting newer technologies and ultimately moving towards a complete digital transformation of the laboratory. Smart instruments, flexible software, and a fully connected ecosystem allows these laboratories to improve instrument and consumable usage, reduce downtime, and optimize the use of laboratory supplies and capacity.
Required to meet strict industry-standards, refinery laboratories need to ensure that the technology and software implemented can help to increase laboratory productivity and reduce project risk. Thermo Fisher Scientific’s SampleManager LIMS software Refinery Solution can act as an implementation accelerator, using industry-standard features, expertise, and experience to expedite return on investment and ultimately drive the digital transformation journey.
Watch this on-demand presentation to learn how optimizing downstream processes, with SampleManager LIMS software Refinery Solution, can increase laboratory productivity in your refinery laboratory.
Topics covered in the presentation include:
- How to expedite LIMS implementation with an industry-proven solution
- The benefits of adopting newer software and technology, transforming your refinery laboratory
- The available capabilities of our pre-configured, industry-standard solution
- Cost and time benefits that can increase productivity and efficiency
Eugene Galperin (Thermo Fisher Scientific)
Eugene Galperin is a Solutions Manager for the Digital Science division at Thermo Fisher Scientific. In his current role, Eugene is responsible for the development of the Thermo Scientific™ SampleManager LIMS™ software solutions. Prior to joining the Thermo Fisher Scientific organization in February 2019, Eugene held over 15 years of experience as a bench and analytical scientists in a diverse range of industries. Eugene received his Master’s Degree from Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in Chemistry.