Laboratory Information Management Systems or LIMS moved into the cloud recently. This software keeps track of all the data generated, and helps the lab stay in regulatory compliance. The LIMS reduces data analysis errors necessary for the lab to maintain quality standards.
LIMS automates many functions that cause logjams in specimen processing and testing. Barcode labels or RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tags used with a LIMS automates the tracking and testing of samples. Eliminating manual entry speeds up overall testing with fewer errors.
An excellent LIMS logs a specimen with all of its details, and assigns tracks, and schedules specimen testing. It facilitates quality control for the specimen and testing equipment. This software stores all data generated from testing, and collects, verifies and approves data for reports.