First released in 2009, LIMS 24/7 provides users with comprehensive mining into data and metadata. In addition to improvements designed to get users to searched information and understanding faster, this latest version features additional communication methods to support the growing emphasis on collaboration within many organisations, and an internal reporting tool that removes the need for any external reporting software. Furthermore, LIMS 24/7 Version 4 ensures its efficacy as an automated central data repository beyond deployment by enhanced instrument integration features and new modular expandability, such as its optional Pedigree Tree Drawing platform.
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