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Wednesday | 21th October | 10 AM – 11 AM

Virtual Event | Laboratory Information Management

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Laboratories face enormous challenges. They need comprehensive and flexible solutions aligned with industry trends.

In this virtual meeting Siemens will demonstrate the power of their Laboratory Information Management solution with a series of interesting real-world use cases. Our LIMS, which is an option within Opcenter RD&L (Research, Development and Laboratory,) takes advantage of the latest cloud technology and workflow automation to help transform the quality operations of our customers.

Manufacturers are constantly striving to ensure that only products of the highest quality and safety are delivered to their customers. You will discover through these practical examples not only how to achieve the paperless laboratory but also how to take this to the next level of efficiency. With industry challenges to prove the authenticity of raw materials, correct identification of allergens, risk mitigation and cost control we will show, by creatively combining best practice procedures with the latest technology, how each of these business challenges can be turned into an opportunity.

We will cover:

  • Material and environmental testing
  • Test plans, methods, control charts and dealing with non-conformance
  • Streamlining workflows and processes
  • Ensuring traceability and compliance

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