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Starlims integrates with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

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Starlims has integrated its LIMS software with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, offering several features that will enhance collaboration and facilitate regulatory compliance.

The integration provides comprehensive control over electronic content. This improves the sharing of information - and decision-making - within the enterprise and throughout the supply chain. It also enhances organisational efficiency, and helps harmonise business processes.

Integration with SharePoint Server will enhance the collaborative and content management capabilities of the Starlims Scientific Data Management System (SDMS). Starlims SDMS adds unstructured data management capabilities to the company's LIMS platform.  

'Life science firms often struggle with the volume of unstructured and scattered data across internal systems and their extended value chains,' said Michael Naimoli, US life sciences industry solutions director, Microsoft. 'Built upon the Microsoft platform, including SharePoint Server and SQL Server, Starlims SDMS creates a powerful solution for managing unstructured scientific data together with structured laboratory data. By integrating various types of content into a single, web-based platform, Starlims customers can now streamline their information management, maximise their availability and utility of information resources and promote enterprise-wide collaboration.'