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,
Broughton Software are delighted to be attending the National Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference at The Citywest Convention Centre in Dublin on 31st January.
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FDA 21 CFR Part 11. What can we learn from the US Secretary of State’s alleged 33,000 deleted emails?
By now we have all heard in the news about the alleged deleting of 33,000 e-mails by one of the candidates for the presidency of the USA. The suggestion is that, Hillary Clinton, the United States Secretary of State at that time, had exclusively used her private email server for official communications, rather than official State Department email accounts maintained on federal servers. Those official communications included thousands of emails that would later be marked classified by the State Department retroactively.
The CPhI conference in Barcelona did not fail to deliver on hot industry topics and trends in global pharma. After meetings with clients, new contacts and industry thought leaders the Broughton team were well placed to gather commercial and technical opinions shaping the future direction, technologies, opportunities and threats in pharma.
Decreased operational costs, increased capacity, and improved cash flow often follows the implementation of a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS). Many laboratories have realised savings due to the installation or upgrading of a LIMS, an investment that pays off in the form of both hard and soft benefits. The hard benefits improve cash flow while the soft benefits, such as employee morale and customer satisfaction help reinforce them.