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Ethosoft (#1814) will be demonstrating its X-LIMS laboratory information management soſtware

system (LIMS). X-LIMS is a comprehensive and scalable system enabling laboratories to track data for all facets of their operations including: sample and specimen login and tracking, testing and quality control result management, inventory management and traceability, specification and limits, alerting and many additional features. Configurable workflows, template-driven data entry, advanced MS Excel integration, and auditing capabilities are just a small part of the X-LIMS experience. Te system delivers flexibility and scalability and is designed to grow with laboratories.

LabAnswer (#1908) has supported hundreds of major scientific data management systems and laboratory

automation projects across more than one thousand laboratories. Its focus is largely on regulated industries involving scientific data management, including bioinformatics and drug development, basic research, pre-clinical R&D, translational medicine, clinical trials,

LABS/Q LIMS from iCD. (#1809) provides a unique LIMS application suite that combines high functionality, unlimited scalability, flexibility and extensibility on one single and

validated platform. It represents an out-of-the-box, highly modular multi- language Enterprise LIMS with integrated DMS. Special built-in converters and viewers allow users to capture, analyse, share and archive data, and to use instrument-specific raw data transparently and continuously over long periods of time without opening the original soſtware. Automating the complete laboratory

and business workflow, it supports all state-of-the art IT techniques, including virtualisation, App distribution and clustering, and provides true Apps for Android Tabs and Apple iPads, helping to put paperless labs into practice.


vaccine development, biorepositories and manufacturing. LabAnswer is a vendor-independent

consultancy providing laboratory informatics services, including assessments, configuration/ customisation, system/instrument integration, validation, training, data load/migration, organisational change management, deployment and maintenance.

LabVantage Solutions (#1817) will showcase the new features for laboratory

workflow, a pre-validated and preconfigured package for pharmaceutical environments, and the many options for mobile computing. Te company’s newly redesigned laboratory workflow engine enables administrators to define workflow processes in a highly intuitive and full-featured user interface. LabVantage Pharma is a pre-validated and

preconfigured pharmaceutical LIMS. It allows laboratories to quickly get up and running with a fully operational and validated LIMS at a fraction of the cost and time of a traditional LIMS project. LabVantage will also showcase advanced compatibility with mobile devices.

For Pittcon 2013, LabWare (#1903) will be demonstrating the latest versions of its

LabWare LIMS and LabWare ELN in its demonstration theatre. LabWare’s Enterprise Laboratory Platform is a unique and proven suite of product capabilities that encompass LIMS, ELN and LES method execution in an integrated and enterprise-ready solution. Its Enterprise Laboratory Platform combines the LabWare LIMS and LabWare ELN, a comprehensive and fully integrated Electronic Laboratory Notebook application, which enables companies to optimise compliance, improve quality, increase productivity and reduce costs. Te company is a full service provider offering soſtware, professional implementation services and validation assistance, training and technical support.

Ruro (#1806) solutions

offer each laboratory modular steps for implementing critical

information management systems. Ruro’s partners may begin using FreezerPro, a system designed purely for sample management, but can then expand by integrating Sciency, Ruro’s

Further information:

DATES Conference: 17 to 21 March 2013 Exposition: 18 to 21 March 2013 Technical programme: 17 to 21 March 2013 Short course: 16 to 21 March 2013

EXPO HOURS Mon-Wed: 9am-5pm, Thursday: 9am-3pm


Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA

All information correct at time of publication

ELN or LIMS 24/7, a full-scale LIMS known primarily for its ability to deploy effectively and efficiently in cross-discipline environments and for its work in the world’s top genomics programmes. FreezerPro is used by more than 1,000 laboratories worldwide and according to the company is commonly viewed as the premier sample management system.

At Pittcon, Starlims (#1803) will demonstrate how its unified platform and new mobile applications offer efficient ways to consolidate and retrieve all types of lab information for manufacturing quality assurance. Starlims seamlessly incorporates electronic lab notebook (ELN) functionality and a scientific document management system in a single LIMS platform. New mobile apps will allow users to access LIMS data on a laptop computer or tablet device from manufacturing sites, warehouses and other remote locations. Starlims enables users to upgrade their

technology without changing their business application and revalidating the entire system.

Te newWaters (#2139) Paradigm Scientific Search technology addresses barriers to the retrieval of archived scientific

information produced by the laboratory, namely data archived in independent information silos, the inability to search on science objects such as chemical structures, spectra, chromatograms and the difficulty in retrieving unstructured data files. Paradigm Scientific Search creates a searchable index of data and other information stored in laboratory instrument-based applications, business systems, science applications and office applications, and empowers consumers to find scientifically relevant information more readily.

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