With so many systems to choose from, how do you select the right LIMS for your lab? Below are some helpful words of advice to get you started on your journey of finding a LIMS.
Delivering on customer expectations is a shared and common goal for laboratories. Whether they are internal or external to your organisation, delighting customers is the ultimate reward for your work. Even when you have documented, implemented and trained procedures,
Many laboratories operate as a standalone business or as a supporting function within a larger organisation. Their goal is to provide accurate test data quickly, so their customers (internal or external) can make decisions. In a competitive market, how can laboratories increase
Last month, we exhibited at Making Pharmaceuticals, the UK’s largest pharmaceutical event. Over the 2-day programme, attendees and exhibitors networked and discussed the latest industry trends in manufacturing, outsourcing and quality.
There is a common perception that laboratories run on cutting edge technology to help them perform precise analytical techniques. For some laboratories, this may be true, but there are still several laboratories that use paper notebooks, excel spreadsheets or software (decades old) to record and process test results.
Having visited a number of Pharmaceutical and other regulated manufacturers in recent months it is interesting to note a number of common regulatory themes.
Broughton Software, the developer of LabHQ LIMS the system perfectly suited to managing test data in a busy QC laboratory, has today launched its new website.
On the back of a successful experience in 2016, we are delighted to announce that Broughton Software will be exhibiting at the Making Pharmaceuticals exhibition on 25-26th April 2017. The venue this year is the prestigious Ricoh Arena in Coventry.