Waste water application for WinLIMS

WinLIMS from QSI has been used by Christchurch City Council in New Zealand to manage the council’s waste water analysis laboratories. The council has used the software for the complex task of scheduling samples and analyses across sites.

The samples and their associated data are inputted remotely, by field operators, or locally by laboratory personnel. Authorised staff can interrogate the system from any terminal location via the internet or the council’s intranet.

The WinLIMS Multi-Site Control Module enabled a single WinLIMS implementation to restrict access to individual sites and staff.

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