LimsLink 4.0

Labtronics has released LimsLink 4.0, the latest version of its laboratory instrument integration solution. LimsLink helps laboratories eliminate manual data entry by electronically transferring valuable instrument data to their management systems, such as Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS). This ensures the accuracy and security of the data and helps companies comply with regulatory guidelines such as FDA 21 CFR Part 11.

LimsLink 4.0 was developed in response to the increasing number of large regulated companies utilising LimsLink for their interfacing requirements. There is a growing need to implement LimsLink to a large number of users in different geographical locations, while still maintaining compliance with data integrity regulations such as FDA 21 CFR Part 11. As a result, LimsLink 4.0 has added many new and enhanced features that directly address these issues.

LimsLink 4.0 enhancements allow customers to improve the security of their data and streamline set up and support of security configurations resulting in the most secure environment possible for their valuable laboratory data. LimsLink 4.0 also provides features that reduce network traffic and improve client to server ratio allowing customers to deploy LimsLink to more people wherever they are in the world without having a major impact on their existing IT infrastructure.


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