LabLynx has launched Weblims, a division centred on web-hosted LIMS and other laboratory informatics and business software.

The new is being re-introduced as a Laboratory Informatics SaaS offering built on virtualisation and Web 2.0 technology with a wide choice of LIMS, scientific and business applications along with a hosted suite of developer tools for the expansion of the Weblims application ecosystem.

The new division uses the latest virtualisation technology and today's SAS70 Type II audited, ultra-safe and fully redundant data center facilities to offer a wide range of informatics functions to labs anywhere in the world for a fraction of traditional costs.


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