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LIMS-related e-bulletin launches

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Autoscribe has announced that is publishing a series of short e-bulletins on topics of interest to both existing and potential LIMS users across the food, pharmaceutical, chemicals, veterinary, healthcare and environmental sectors, whether they are using Autoscribe Matrix solutions or not.

Key topics for the next two e-bulletins will be: ‘The combination of Electronic Notebooks and LIMS in a single laboratory data management system’ and ‘LIMS implementation for successful outcomes’. John Boother, the founding director of Autoscribe, commented: ‘We have accumulated a vast amount of knowledge concerning the complete LIMS project process and the key elements that make the difference in customer satisfaction and we are keen to share this knowledge with the wider LIMS community.

‘The e-bulletin provides a valuable vehicle for highlighting some of the important issues that affect LIMS specifiers and users alike,’ he continued. ‘We understand how busy people are on a day-to-day basis so we are restricting the contents of each e-bulletin to just one or two subjects with links to greater detail for those who want more depth on each topic.’