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What LIMS Consultants Wish You Knew About LIMS Implementations

As LIMS consultants, we’re tasked with coming into a lab (often one already working around the clock) to implement a new way of operating without detracting from business as usual. Doing so, needless to say, is often a bit of a challenge but one that I’m proud to say we conquer with each LIMS project we take on with our clients.

Truth be told, there is a secret to our success and I’m happy to share it here.

I hate that it’s become somewhat of a business cliché but it’s our people, they really are our greatest asset and because evidence-based suppositions are everything in lab work – the PDF below actually proves it! When we’re kicking off a new project, I know it’s not going to be guidance documents or training manuals that will make the project successful – it’s Anna, it’s Rajesh, it’s Avery, it’s our people. With that spirit in mind, I asked our pool of LIMS consultants this question – what’s the one thing you wish people knew about LIMS implementations?

I invite you to get to know our LIMS consultants through their insightful, nuanced, and practical advice. If it seems like I’m bragging, it’s because I unabashedly am – our team of LIMS consultants have unmatched experience and they’re really the best at what they do.

We’ve implemented LIMS across dozens of labs and companies, representing businesses across the life sciences and consumer products industries. We’re constantly honing and developing our LIMS expertise to drive implementations that create value and minimize disruption and risk to your business. We’ll periodically be leveraging those experiences to release more of these pieces of advice from our broad array of LIMS consultants at the frontline. If you’re ever looking for specific guidance or advice, please don’t hesitate to contact me using the information found at the top of this page.

Are there pieces of LIMS advice you’re looking for that you don’t see here? What challenges have you faced in previous LIMS implementations that you wish someone would have warned you about?


Tags: Quality and Compliance Technology, LIMS