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American National Cancer Institute taps LabAnswer experts to lead seminar

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LabAnswer was invited to conduct a series of seminars for the National Cancer Institute on February 24 and 25 focused on improving laboratory efficiency.

The seminar on LIMS consolidation and integration, presented by Mark Everding, executive VP of LabAnswer, focused on lessons learned and strategies for consolidating and integrating LIMS in various distributed environments such as streamlining business processes and simplifying infrastructure – both of which reduce costs. The seminar also discussed the benefits of standardisation and how to assess the LIMS consolidation and integration activity to determine an appropriate approach.

Bob Meyer, another executive VP of LabAnswer, ran a seminar covering the similarities, differences and overlapping functionality available in LIMS, ELN’s and content management systems. The seminar outlined approaches to defining requirements and applying these requirements to technologies currently available in the laboratory informatics marketplace. Example selection criteria and methodologies used to determine the ultimate solution were also presented.