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Applied Biosystems has developed a web browser-based LIMS. More than 1,200 organisations have realised the practical benefits of its rich, out-of-the-box functionality that is geared towards manufacturing and product development laboratories.

Matrix Gemini LIMS, from Autoscribe, is an advanced .NET LIMS that offers OneTime Configuration tools that automatically create a unified configuration for both desktop and web use.

IDBS provides ActivityBase, a full-featured laboratory data management solution integrated into the Microsoft Windows environment. ActivityBases generic test management architecture supports a wide range of scientific disciplines and applications.

Sapphire ASL provides the operational efficiency required for short and long-term storage. The module is optimised for high-volume, batch operations that may involve many containers at one time.

LabWare is a global provider of LIMS. LabWare LIMS meets the requirements of a wide range of industries and laboratory types, such as R&D, QA/QC and contract analysis.

Biotracker from Ocimum Solutions is an effective tool for improving laboratory performance by allowing effective networking of labs starting from inventory samples to experiment and personnel management.

PerkinElmer offers the Labworks LIMS system. Labworks LIMS provides a wide array of system integration solutions and expertise for ERP and production control systems from a variety of vendors.

Simatic IT Unilab is a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) that is fully integrated with ERP, MES, PDM and lab equipment, bridging the gap between lab and production.

Thermo Fisher Scientific has introduced enhanced capabilities to its Retriever reporting tool for Thermo Scientific software solutions that enable customers to measure key performance indicators in real time.

The world's most widely used risk analysis tool. Users replace values in their spreadsheet with @RISK distributions to represent uncertainty and then simulate the model using powerful Monte Carlo simulation methods.

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