STARLIMS selected by German water centre

STARLIMS v10 has been selected by IWW Water Centre in Muelheim, of the leading water research institutes in Germany.

STARLIMS will ensure full compliance with the stringent water quality regulations of Germany, ISO and European Standards. It was selected over systems expressly developed for water testing.

The software was considered flexible enough to deal with the demands of the application, and any future developments, as it is entirely web-based. It will enable IWW staff to communicate across German sites.

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