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Labware LIMS focus is on data integrity and continues to deploy solutions that meet the challenging regulatory requirements for all the industries, constantly evolving to ensure we meet the future needs in regulatory environments that continue to become more data- and system-centric.

We develop them in a way that is configurable and generic so that all the customers can benefit from improvements and advancements asked for by specific customers.

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Core Advantages of LIMS Implementation

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It's important to understand the advantages of a LIMS implementation and how it elevates the performance and efficiency of a laboratory. By automating adherence to best practices as well as introducing controlled sample and data management, laboratories can free up time and resources while also improving quality controls and laboratory performance measurement.

In fact, experts cite 15 core advantages of LIMS implementation, applicable across use cases but all centring around maximizing the efficiency and reliability of laboratory record management.

1. Rapid deployment

The focus with such an implementation is less on customization or configuration and more on reinforcing universal best practices. This in turn eliminates the need for design-from-scratch, detailed workflow mapping, custom development time, validation time, and other processes intended to capture unique aspects of individual labs.

2. Pre-configured workflows

There are thousands of ways to carry out any laboratory task, but the best way will define processes that follow best practices, and are accompanied by workflows that work for everyone in the laboratory. Validated, pre-configured workflows that are known to effectively support laboratory operations are part of what is expected in a LIMS.

For example, many labs require lot testing that ensures adherence to GLP, GMP, and regulatory expectations. This involves testing samples to see if a batch is suitable for release, which requires tracking of batches of drugs, pills, parts, and so forth. A robust LIMS documents item attributes and sources, monitors its path and consumption in the laboratory, confirms completed testing, while also documenting the data generated, and reports on pass/fail results.

3. Fully validated system

An already-validated system can save as much as 30-50 percent of the total system cost, cutting back from the required tests, validation, due diligence on requirements, and documentation processes needed.

Laboratories can examine the validation summary to ensure it aligns with their regulatory requirements, and from there they can choose to either proceed or to augment with additional documentation.

4. Validated upgrades

upgrades that are validated to comply with regulatory requirements and workflow best practices. Instead of needing to worry about ongoing costly upgrade projects and the associated testing, validation is already complete while the system is also kept completely up-to-date with the latest improvements.

5. Affordable yet reliable

An established LIMS functions effectively by reliably storing information on the cloud and operates smoothly, without lags or crashes, by requiring minimal local resources. In fact, it’s hosted on web browsers, and so it doesn’t need powerful or expensive PCs in order to run.

6. Secure environment for your data

A LIMS offers the highest standards of security, both within the application as well as at infrastructure levels. Application wise, LabWare supports advanced security features like Active Directory integration, end-to-end encryption and role-based permissions. These features keep intruders from being able to access laboratory data.

7. Reliable service

LabWare LIMS include a 99.5% availability guarantee, meaning that laboratory members have continuous access to the platform around-the-clock. The Labware LIMS is designed and optimized to fit Customer’s operations and to optimize the user experience. Each laboratory user gets access to a responsible, reliable interface that keeps data readily available for authorized users.

8. 24/7 support

Laboratories run around the clock, which dictates the level of availability needed from tech support in order to have a seamless user experience. LabWare LIMS bears a dedicated support team, available at all times to answer questions and troubleshoot issues that arise. Customers have a single point of contact, regardless of whether the issue is related to the infrastructure or the solution, to help ensure issues are resolved expeditiously. Additionally, proactive monitoring is used to detect and resolve problems before they occur.

9. Accessible on any browser anywhere

Labware LIMS can be accessible through browsers from anywhere If your system connected with Internet & integrate with business webservices. It can be accessible through VPN. User can use their Windows ID to login the LIMS easily.

LabWare LIMS actually offers an easy-to-use, responsive solution that can be accessed on browsers via computers as well mobile devices. Acceptable inputs span the entire range from keyboards through touch screens, and even scanned barcodes.

10. Data integrity compliance

The FDA and MHRA have increasing expectations, regulations and guidance for data integrity, which form the guidelines around the LabWare LIMS solution. The way data is collected and reported through LabWare products ensures compliance with the most up-to-date regulatory requirements, including 21 CFR Part 11 and the latest FDA and MHRA Regulatory Data Integrity guidance.

The fact that, following testing to ensure adherence to the highest standards, LabWare solutions are successfully used in thousands of regulated laboratories worldwide is a testament to the level of regulatory excellence at which they perform.

This compliance can withstand an audit. The data is organized to readily provide transparency and audit trails should an inspection occur. Audit trailing is thorough and occurs automatically exhibiting far more control than any paper system; gone are the days of depending on scientists to consistently cross out and initial changes with reasons within their notebooks.

11. Workflow automation

When laboratory members are trained on processes and best practices, the goal is that they will be compliant, efficient and measurable. The associated laboratory processes are built in ways that intend to reinforce these best practices, but they still rely on human effort—and potentially human error. Automating the workflows removes this concern by ensuring that all necessary tracking is completed and that all workflows defined within the LIMS promote efficiency and are adhered to in a compliant manner.

12. Availability of data and reporting

A LIMS solution keeps laboratory data, analysis, and reporting readily available for all authorized laboratory members. This creates a library of historical data, from which trend data can be analyzed across multiple batches. From contextualizing lab results based on knowledge of sample storage conditions or product changes, to optimizing laboratory data stewardship to maintain a high-quality data repository, lab data libraries create the opportunity for stronger decision-making.

13. Improved visibility and efficiency

Higher efficiency results when all authorized lab members have access to samples and data. With LIMS, everyone can understand the volume and status of laboratory workloads, and track key performance indicators (KPIs) tied to lab performance. And with the ability to assign portions of the workload to labs or individuals—and directly share critical data associated with these assignments—delegation, monitoring, and workload management becomes feasible.

14. Improves quality

Because of the automated workflows and data collection controls built in, LIMS systems provide built-in quality control and quality assurance measures.

LIMS reduces the potential influence of human error by ensuring the correct testing is followed, the appropriate process is followed down to the smallest detail, and that the need for inputs like typing transcription are removed. By automating challenges against specifications, LIMS ensures that there is maximum reliability. Additionally, the data contained within the LIMS grants a birds’ eye view of sample integrity so that questionable results can immediately be identified.

15. Size, longevity, and reputation

LabWare LIMS is the industry leader in laboratory management solutions. This reputation comes from a proven track record of building robust platforms, adhering to regulatory guidelines, and reinforcing best practices to optimize laboratory function

16. Labware Mobile App – Anywhere any time connected

Labware LIMS having configurable full functional mobile app to connect with your business.

LabWare Mobile works within the traditional laboratory, as well as making it easier for non-laboratory users to perform mobile tasks. It can be downloaded from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store, and devices are easily managed with the new LabWare Device Registration Manager. This feature allows the customer to register, use, and update any device that will access LabWare Mobile for their company.

In summary, LabWare Mobile:

  • Makes laboratory data more accessible
  • Improves user experience through native device functions
  • Can be configured by the customer, without app development skills
  • Extends the reach of the LabWare Enterprise Laboratory Platform (ELP)

LabWare Mobile goes beyond just an app; it allows you to get and enter data, when and where you need. Get more value from your system

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