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Today, laboratory-based organizations face a wide variety of unaddressed data management challenges, and yet ultimately the scientific data is the currency with which they trade. Proper data management may not pay shareholders but it fundamentally defines the integrity of the organization and it’s purpose for existing. Being the cheapest, the fastest or the most definitive is desirable but it is all meaningless if the data is untrustworthy.

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