Starlims wins $3.3m forensics contract

Starlims Technologies has been selected by a government law enforcement agency in the Pacific Rim for a $3.3m award covering licenses for the company's web-based Starlims software as well as implementation services and first-year maintenance.  

Starlims will provide a unified information management solution to automate and manage the entire lifecycle of the agency's forensic samples, exhibits and seized properties.

Replacing several legacy and paper-based systems, Starlims will enable remote data entry in a standards-compliant fashion, web-based information sharing across the department's multiple sites, and single-search data mining across numerous forensic disciplines.


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