Category: 2024

Streamlining Data Migration for LIMS

Data Migration For LIMS

Data migration can be a daunting task for laboratories looking to transition to a new Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS). The process of transferring data from one system to another requires careful planning, execution, and validation to ensure that all data is accurately transferred and accessible in the new system. In this blog post, we will dive into the data migration for LIMS. 

Challenges 

One of the most challenging aspects of data migration is its potential to disrupt laboratory operations. This disruption can occur due to the complexity of the process, the risk of data loss or corruption, and the need to ensure data security and compliance. 

Solution

At OnQ Software, we understand the challenges laboratories face during data migration, which is why we have developed a comprehensive approach to help streamline the process and minimise disruptions to your operations. Our team of experts works closely with you to assess your data migration needs and execute the migration process efficiently.

QLIMS has partnered with qcKen from ZIFO Rnd, a groundbreaking tool designed to meet your needs completely. QLIMS and qcKen are dedicated to making your lab’s digital transition as seamless and painless as possible.

By leveraging qcKen, OnQ Software ensures a smooth and efficient data migration process for its customers. qcKen offers several benefits, including the ability to import, screen, and check large volumes of data, migrate data from handwritten documents, and migrate directly from other LIMS databases.

40 days to 2 days 

Our tool allows you to easily integrate and transfer data from multiple sources, no matter the format or location, ensuring that all your valuable information is included in the migration process. qcKen can import data directly from any source documents such as Certificate of Analysis, Analysis Reports, Product Specifications, Worksheets, General Test Procedures and Standard Operating Procedures.

Analysts can easily examine and correct anomalies as needed by reading documents to create an RPA specification. The service uses machine learning to continually learn and improve conversion accuracy, and once the RPA is analyst-validated, qcKen’s Object Creation Engine takes over and creates objectives in QLIMS. So, our approach to implementation gives analysts an opportunity to focus on performing analysis.

But it’s not just about data transfer, qcKen also guarantees a smooth and fast transition, reducing the disruption to your lab operations. Previous research has demonstrated that qcKen can significantly decrease the duration of migrations from a typical timeframe of 40 days to only 2 days.


With qcKen, you can focus on what really matters:
running your lab efficiently and effectively.

If you also would like to learn more about the implementation of a LIMS, you can read our other blog post here

If you have any further questions or would like to learn more about QLIMS, please don’t hesitate to contact us. QLIMS goes beyond data migration to provide comprehensive solutions for your laboratory needs, designed by scientists for scientists. 

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    Unlocking the Power of AWS for LIMS

    AWS For LIMS

    Cloud computing has transformed the way organisations and laboratories manage their data, providing online access and storage that eliminates the need for local computer storage, especially recently. This innovation has been particularly beneficial for laboratories, offering a secure, scalable and cost-effective solution for managing laboratory data. Let’s dive into AWS for LIMS (Laboratory Information Management Systems) together. 

    Understanding Cloud Computing and AWS

    Cloud computing has brought a significant change in the way businesses operate. Among the top players in this domain stands Amazon Web Services (AWS), which provides a complete set of services covering software as a service (SaaS), infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and platform as a service (PaaS) solutions. These services enable faster server access, a diverse range of storage options, and advanced security features.

    AWS’s Impact on Laboratory Management

    AWS has significantly influenced laboratory management, providing numerous advantages such as effortless data access, advanced computing resources, and reliable security features. Laboratories can use AWS to seamlessly scale up, efficiently manage massive datasets, and comply with regulatory standards.

    As an Example: QLIMS Runs on AWS

    By hosting QLIMS on AWS, laboratories can access their data from anywhere, at any time and using any device that has an internet connection. AWS’s robust infrastructure ensures high availability and reliability, while its security and compliance features help laboratories meet regulatory requirements. 

    Enhanced Security and Compliance

    AWS provides several security and compliance features, including encryption, access controls and audit logging. This ensures that laboratory data remains confidential and meets regulatory standards. This level of security is crucial for laboratories handling sensitive data and guarantees integrity of their data. 

    Scalability and Flexibility

    QLIMS can easily scale to accommodate the growing need of laboratories, whether they are small or large, thanks to AWS. AWS’s flexible pricing model allows laboratories to pay only for the resources they use, making it a cost-effective solution for laboratory data management. 

    AWS Qualified Software

    In addition to all of the benefits, QLIMS became an AWS Qualified Software solution this year, beyond enhancing its credibility and reliability. 

    In Closing 

    The future of AWS and cloud computing looks promising with continued innovation and advancements expected. The more businesses and laboratories embrace the cloud, the more pivotal AWS will become in shaping technology’s future. 

    To learn more about QLIMS and AWS, contact us here

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      The Ultimate Guide to Implementing LIMS

      Implementing LIMS in a laboratory

      Implementing LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System) can be a game-changer, because there might be resistance and reluctance to the new routines which require significant adjustments. In this blog post, we will dive into implementing a LIMS to prevent the challenges beforehand.

      The laboratory management plays an important role here to support and encourage this transition. While these challenges may occur, the long-term benefits in terms of effectiveness and efficiency can be substantial. (1)

      Achieving these benefits requires the laboratory to dedicate sufficient time and resources to planning, selecting, and implementing the new system. Also, the LIMS must align with the quality and objectives of the business, ensuring compatibility and integration. (1)

      Key points in this blog post:

      • What is a LIMS? 
      • Why do you need a LIMS? 
      • When is the best time for a LIMS? 
      • Steps for Implementing a LIMS 

      What is a LIMS? 

      A Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) is a software platform enabling users to effectively manage the flow of samples and associate data to support laboratory operations and enhance efficiency.

       

      Through the use of a LIMS, laboratories can automate workflows, tests and procedures, integrate instruments, provide a complete record of all samples, tests and results in the system via secure and comprehensive audit trails. LIMS helps labs streamline operations by making the move from paper to a digital environment, with the goal of saving time, money and reducing errors. 

       

      To learn more you can click here

      Why do you need a LIMS? 

      There are many reasons and benefits to implement a LIMS. However, if we have a look at the top of the list, it streamlines the data management, enhances efficiency, offers quality controls, simplifies regulatory compliance, and provides sample traceability. 

      1. Data Centralisation and Accessibility: A LIMS centralises all laboratory data, making it easily accessible to authorised personnel. This reduces the risk of data loss and ensures that all information is available when needed.

      2. Improved Productivity and Efficiency: By automating manual processes, a LIMS can significantly increase the productivity of your laboratory. Tasks that once took hours or days can now be completed in a fraction of the time. 

      One of our dairy industry trailblazers shared their experience:  “QLIMS has been a real time-saver for us, giving us an extra 3 hours every day! Instead of spending time on data management and manual work, we now focus on what truly matters – production and innovation.”

      3. Enhanced Quality Control: A LIMS helps maintain high levels of quality control by standardising workflows, reducing human error, and ensuring that all processes are followed consistently. You can explore a case study here to see how a LIMS led to a 20% increase in quality assurance productivity.

      4. Regulatory Compliance: Laboratories are subject to strict regulatory requirements. A LIMS can help ensure compliance with these regulations by providing a secure and auditable system for managing data. 

      For instance, QLIMS is used in a wide range of laboratories and industries standing up and supporting:

      • 21 CFR Part 11/Annex 11 conformance for auditing, e-signature and security for manufactured items under GMP.
      • ISO 17025
      • Industry standards such as GAMP.
      • Security and data privacy to meet HIPAA, GDPR, CAP, CLIA, Privacy Shield and others
      • Support for Right of Access and Right to be Forgotten requests under GDPR.

      5. Sample Traceability: With a LIMS, you can easily track the movement of samples throughout your laboratory. This is crucial for maintaining the integrity of your samples and ensuring accurate results.

      6. Cost Savings: While implementing a LIMS requires an initial investment, the long-term cost savings can be substantial. By improving efficiency and reducing errors, a LIMS can help lower operating costs and improve the overall profitability of your laboratory.

      7. Scalability: A good LIMS is scalable, meaning it can grow and adapt to the changing needs of your laboratory. Whether you’re a small lab or a large enterprise, a LIMS can be tailored to suit your specific requirements.

      8. Data Analysis and Reporting: A LIMS can provide powerful tools for data analysis and reporting, allowing you to extract valuable insights from your laboratory data. This can help drive decision-making and improve overall performance.

      When is the best time for a LIMS?

      Determining the right time to make this transition is crucial for a successful implementation. First of all, the test volume conducted by the laboratory is an important consideration. A general guideline is to have a minimum of 500 tests per month before considering the implementation of a LIMS. This indicates that the laboratory has a significant workload to warrant LIMS adoption.

      Even though test volume is important, the size of the laboratory/company should also be taken into account. Sometimes a laboratory conducts 500 tests per month, but it may be relatively small. In such cases, it is advisable to wait until the maximum capacity reaches around 300-350 tests per month


      One crucial factor to consider is the Return On Investment. Determining ROI is an important step in justifying an investment in LIMS. This evidence-based approach allows laboratories to make informed decisions. By evaluating the expenses incurred in the lab operations, laboratories can estimate the potential cost savings and efficiency gains that a LIMS can bring. 

      If you would like to calculate your estimated ROI with LIMS, you can click here.

      Determining the best time for a laboratory to transition to a LIMS involves careful consideration of various factors. While having a minimum test volume is a general guideline, the laboratory size and ROI are equally important aspects to assess. 


      Steps for Implementing a LIMS

      After understanding the importance of implementing a LIMS, the next step is to outline the key steps involved. 


      Here’s the key steps based on our implementation process for QLIMS:

      1. Understand the business and their requirements
      2. Create an implementation plan using Asana
      3. Deploy a test environment
      4. Train the core project team
      5. Configure QLIMS to meet your specific needs
      6. Perform User Acceptance Testing
      7. Deploy the system in a production environment
      8. Onboard laboratory staff and ensure they are familiar with the new system.

      Have questions about any step in the LIMS implementation process? We’re here to help. 

       

      You can schedule a demo and see how QLIMS can streamline your operations, enhance efficiency, and improve the quality of your laboratory’s work. Let’s embark on this digital transformation journey together! Contact us with your queries and our team will be happy to assist you every step of the way. 



      References 

       

      1. Avery, G., McGee, C., & Falk, S. (2000). Product Review: Implementing LIMS: A “how-to” guide. Analytical Chemistry, 72(1), 57-A.

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        Why You Should Use Laboratory Software

        Why You Should Use Laboratory Software

        This blog will dive into the essential reasons why you should use laboratory software, particularly Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS). Laboratories of all sizes are turning to digital solutions to streamline their operations, enhance efficiency, and ensure compliance with regulatory standards.

        Why You Should Use a Laboratory Software

        In today’s digital age, our lives revolve around technology. From the moment we wake up to the time we go to bed, we are surrounded by smartphones, laptops, and various applications that simplify our daily tasks. 

         

        Just like how we rely on apps to manage our personal lives, laboratories can benefit greatly from automation and digitalisation. Scientists and lab managers often find themselves bogged down by manual processes and the burden of handling errors caused by these processes.

         

        Imagine if they could focus solely on their scientific research without the distractions of manual paperwork and data management. 

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        The traditional laboratory management mode is inefficient, the workload is large, the utilisation rate of laboratory equipment is low, and the laboratory environment and instrument equipment cannot be monitored in real time. Aiming at the current status of laboratory management in colleges and universities, an intelligent laboratory management system based on cloud computing and Internet of things technology is constructed, which can effectively monitor the laboratory environment and instruments and equipment in real time and dynamically manage and maintain them (Suiqun Li et al 2020 J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 1549 022107). 



        Software service mode (SaaS) is one of the modes with a large number of cloud computing users. Users do not need to buy software, only need to rent software from the provider and use it through the Internet, which is the development trend of future management software. It has advantages such as a long benefit cycle of one-time investment, on-demand service, flexible use and wide application range (Peng Rong, 2010, Dalian Maritime University).

        QLIMS as a Solution

        This is where our SaaS solution, QLIMS, comes in. Designed to streamline laboratory operations, QLIMS offers a user-friendly interface and configurable features that cater to the unique needs of each laboratory.

         

        With QLIMS, laboratories can reduce cognitive load, improve productivity, and ultimately, accelerate their research and discoveries.

        Some of the Key Features of QLIMS:

        True SaaS Solution: QLIMS is a true SaaS (Software as a Service) solution, offering accessibility and flexibility for laboratories of all sizes.

        Comprehensive Data Management: QLIMS goes beyond simple data management, offering features that translate data into actionable insights and knowledge. You can read more about new functionalities of QLIMS here

        Configuration, Not Complex Customisations: Unlike other LIMS platforms that require complex customizations, QLIMS offers easy configuration options, making it simpler and more efficient for laboratories to use. Easy-to-use feature is just one of our features. If you would like to have a look at why customers choose QLIMS in more detail, click here

        Visualisation Features: QLIMS stands out with its focus on visualisation, providing efficient and visually engaging data presentation that enhances user experience. You can gain deeper insights into your data with Visual Dashboard powered by Kibana. 

        AWS Qualified Software: QLIMS is qualified by AWS (Amazon Web Services), ensuring high standards of safety and performance. It means that our software solution has been tested and approved by AWS. This qualification demonstrates our commitment to providing world-class cloud infrastructure for our customers.

        AWS Qualified Software

        To summarise, You need a system created by scientists, for scientists, which works with how you work and what you are trying to achieve. Because, ultimately, the best results will come from a system that is lab grown. Get in touch with us now to discuss how QLIMS can benefit your laboratory! 

        References

        1. Li, S., et al. (2020). J. Phys.: Conf. Ser., 1549, 022107.
        2. Rong, P. (2010). Research on multi-tenant system architecture and key technologies in SaaS mode [Doctoral dissertation, Dalian Maritime University].
        3. National Cancer Institute, (n.d.), Photos, Unsplash, https://unsplash.com/
        4. Piero Tonin, (2013), http://pierotonin.blogspot.com/2013/09/facebook-happiness.html
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        Benefits of Digitally Connected QA Lab

        Benefits of a digitally connected QA laboratory

        The promises of digital transformation for laboratories are significant. As well as enhanced processes for laboratory technicians and analysts, there’s a raft of broader business benefits too like remote working capabilities and better turnaround times. Start by building the foundations to do basics brilliantly, then accelerate your transformation with data-driven insights and emerging technologies including automation and artificial intelligence (AI) to streamline workflows and shift from a reactive to predictive quality assurance (QA).

        Here are the benefits of digitally connected QA lab

        1. Save Your Time

        Digital labs are able to improve workflows and system integration, enabling shorter testing times and a move towards real-time releases. You can reduce lead times of 60 to 70 percent. (McKinsey)

        2. Error Reduction

        For every 1000 results, a human will make on average 3-6 mistakes, increasing to 30 per 1000 if maths or stress is involved. With fewer manual errors labs can reduce the need for rework by as much as 90 percent. (McKinsey)

        3. Reduce the Cost

        Labs that have digitised their processes have found a range of improvements such as management of confirmatory testing and automated result entry through instrument integration, which can reduce the cost of quality control by more than 50 percent. (McKinsey)

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        4. Enhanced Business Value

        70% of labs that have started on a digital transformation journey report achieving or exceeding the expected business value. (Accenture)

        5. Future-proofed Information Security

        Paper based records are bulky, insecure and near-impossible to search. Digitisation enables labs to easily prevent, report, manage and respond to data breaches. 

        6. Instant Compliance

        Improved records and searchability can shave weeks off audit preparation time, through pre-built audit reports and barcoded record management. As a result, reports with full audit trails can be produced in minimal time.

        7. Fewer Recalls

        The average cost of a food product recall is US$10 million (Food Safety Magazine), rising to potentially billions in the pharma space (Allianz), so QA is an essential business function to ensure safety and protect brand reputation. 

        If you would like to read more about how to improve core lab operations click here, to read AI trends in laboratories here, and to learn 5 reasons why you should use a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) you can click here.

        Did you know that QLIMS is officially an AWS Qualified Software partner? Want more time for science and less time on admin? If you are ready to start, OnQ Software is here to guide and support you. Please contact us here.

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          Explore the QLIMS New Version 9.4

          QLIMS 9.4 New Version

          Welcome to the next generation of laboratory management software! OnQ Software is excited to announce the launch of QLIMS New Version 9.4, our latest update packed with new features and enhancements designed to streamline your laboratory operations.

          Key Features:


          project manager

          Project Manager:

          QLIMS 9.4 introduces a new Project Manager module, allowing you to organise your projects, requests, and samples in an interactive and efficient manner. With features like tree view and email function, collaboration and communication within your team have never been easier.

          OnQ Software - QLIMS New Version 9.4

          Instrument Manager:

          The Instrument Manager module offers a tree view with added position information for instruments, modules, and components. Now, you can attach documents to instrument events for better documentation and traceability, enhancing your lab’s efficiency and compliance.

          Workflow Result Manager:

          The Workflow Result Manager has been revamped in QLIMS 9.4. It now provides improved workflow management, making it easier for you to navigate and understand your lab’s workflows. It organises your workflow in the exact step you are working on. Moreover, you can break down complex workflows in manageable steps as it provides you the information you need anytime, anywhere. 

          OnQ Software - QLIMS New Version 9.4

          Visual Dashboard:

          Gain deeper insights into your data with the new Visual Dashboard powered by Kibana. This feature offers interactive visualisations of key laboratory metrics, enabling you to make informed decisions and optimise your workflows.

          QLIMS 9.4 represents a significant leap forward in laboratory management software, empowering labs of all sizes to operate more efficiently and effectively. With the new features of QLIMS New Version 9.4, OnQ Software gives you more power to convert laboratory data into actionable insights. Explore the new features today and experience the future of laboratory management with QLIMS 9.4!

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            AI Trends in Laboratories

            AI trends in laboratories

            Artificial Intelligence (AI) is revolutionising the way laboratories operate, offering new capabilities that improve efficiency, accuracy, and innovation. From automation to predictive analytics, AI is transforming every aspect of laboratory workflows. Let’s explore some key AI trends that are reshaping the field of laboratory science.



            Here are the AI trends in Laboratories

            1. Automation for Efficiency

             

            One of the most significant impacts of AI in laboratories is automation. AI-powered systems can handle routine tasks such as sample processing, data analysis, and report generation. This not only speeds up processes but also reduces the risk of human error, leading to more reliable results.

            2. Predictive Analytics for Informed Decision Making

             

            AI’s ability to analyse large volumes of data has made predictive analytics a powerful tool in laboratories. By predicting outcomes such as equipment failure or experiment results, labs can make better-informed decisions and optimise their workflows.

            3. Personalised Medicine and Genomics

             

            In the field of personalised medicine, AI is playing a crucial role in analysing patient data to develop personalised treatment plans. AI algorithms can analyse genomic data to identify genetic markers and predict the effectiveness of specific treatments, leading to more targeted therapies.



            4. Accelerating Drug Discovery

             

            AI is also revolutionising the drug discovery process by analysing vast amounts of data to identify potential drug candidates. This has the potential to significantly accelerate the development of new drugs and reduce costs associated with traditional drug discovery methods.



            drug discovery
            5. Quality Control and Assurance

             

            AI is improving quality control processes by analysing data from sensors and monitoring systems to detect anomalies. This helps ensure that products meet quality standards and reduces the risk of defects.

            6. Image Analysis for Diagnostics

             

            AI algorithms can analyse images from microscopes and other imaging devices to identify patterns and anomalies. This is particularly valuable in diagnostics, where AI can aid in the early detection of diseases.

            7. Internet of Things (IoT) and Connectivity

             

            IoT devices in laboratories enable the collection of real-time data from various sources, such as equipment and sensors. This data can be analysed by AI systems to optimise processes and improve decision-making. Connectivity solutions streamline data transfer,  integration,  and  interoperability between different laboratory automation platforms and informatics systems (Mana Àbdaulh Ali Al Zamanan, 2023). 



            8. Natural Language Processing for Data Extraction

             

            In the realm of scientific literature and patient records, AI’s natural language processing (NLP) capabilities are invaluable. NLP enables AI to extract relevant information from vast amounts of text, aiding in data analysis and decision-making.



            9. Robotics for Lab Automation

             

            AI-driven robots are increasingly used in labs for tasks such as sample handling and experiment conduction. These robots improve efficiency and safety by reducing the need for human intervention in potentially hazardous environments.



            10. Regulatory Compliance

             

            AI can help labs ensure compliance with regulatory requirements by analysing data to identify areas of non-compliance and suggesting corrective actions. This reduces the risk of regulatory issues and ensures that labs operate in accordance with relevant standards.

            In conclusion, AI is transforming laboratory operations in ways that were previously unimaginable. From automation to predictive analytics, AI is enhancing efficiency, improving accuracy, and driving innovation in laboratories around the world. As AI continues to evolve, its impact on laboratory science is only expected to grow, leading to exciting new possibilities in research, diagnostics, genomics and healthcare.



            Did you know that OnQ Software and COMPUTD are hosting an interactive workshop at Analytica in Munich that focuses on the integration of AI in labs to enhance efficiency and innovation. Whether you are new to AI or have some experience, there will be something for everyone. Visit us at Analytica, or contact us. 

            References

             

            Ahmad Barnawi, A., Al Otaibi, M. J., Alhashash, S. Y., Alfouzan, M. S., Alotaibi, M. B., Alduways, A. H. B. M., … Alaqeel, M. A. M. (2023). Trends in Laboratory Automation and Robotics. Journal of Namibian Studies, 36(S2), 1993-2004. ISSN: 2197-5523 (online).



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              QLIMS is Now Officially an AWS Qualified Software Partner!

              QLIMS & AWS

              OnQ Software is thrilled to announce our official partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS) after successfully completing the Foundational Technical Review (FTR) and being recognised as an ‘AWS Qualified Software Partner.’ This partnership signifies our commitment to excellence and innovation in the field of laboratory management.

              QLIMS, a cutting-edge Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS), designed to streamline laboratory operations and enhance data management. By joining the AWS Partner Network (APN), we are now able to leverage AWS’s best practices in security, reliability, and scalability to deliver an even more robust and secure solution to our customers.

              “Our vision at OnQ Software is to empower laboratories of all sizes to achieve operational excellence through innovative technology solutions. Being validated by AWS is not just a testament to the quality and innovation of QLIMS, but the partnership with AWS which by providing us (and our customers) access to world-class cloud infrastructure means we are better together. said Jonathan Gannoulis, General Manager of OnQ Software. 

              QLIMS offers a range of features that set it apart, and this partnership with AWS allows us to expand our reach and deliver QLIMS to a global audience, helping laboratories worldwide achieve greater efficiency and productivity.

              About OnQ Software:

              OnQ Software is a leading provider of innovative software solutions for laboratory management. Our flagship product, QLIMS, is trusted by laboratories worldwide to streamline operations, enhance data management, and drive efficiency. From training, to implementation, servicing and updating, our team will work with you every step of the way. With a focus on continuous innovation and customer satisfaction, OnQ Software is committed to helping laboratories achieve operational excellence.

              To learn more about QLIMS and how it can revolutionise your laboratory management, contact us

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                Why Choose QLIMS? Insights from a Customer

                Why Choose QLIMS

                In the competitive world of laboratory informatics, choosing the right LIMS can be a daunting task. We emphasise the features of QLIMS as the OnQ Software team, but we have decided that nothing will be more real than what we hear from a customer. We have compiled feedback from our customers and asked them why they chose us. Here is ‘Why Choose QLIMS’ insights from the customer. 



                For one customer of ours, the decision to choose QLIMS over other big-name competitors was a no-brainer. Here’s why you should choose QLIMS from a customer’s perspective:

                Affordability: QLIMS offers a cost-effective solution without compromising on features or quality. In a field where budgets are tight, this was a crucial factor.

                 

                Ease of Use: QLIMS is renowned for its user-friendly interface and intuitive design. Training staff on the platform was a breeze, saving time and resources in the lab.

                 

                Local Time Zone and Security: With headquarters in Australia, QLIMS ensures that support and assistance are provided promptly and efficiently. This local presence also adds an extra layer of security and peace of mind for users.

                 

                Exceptional Support: The customer success team at QLIMS is dedicated to providing top-notch support and assistance. Their proactive approach and willingness to go the extra mile made the customer feel right at home in the lab.

                 

                Flexibility: Unlike other LIMS providers, QLIMS offers a high degree of flexibility and configurability. This adaptability ensures that the platform can evolve with the changing needs of the lab, making it a truly future-proof solution.



                In contrast, the customer noted that other competitors tended to be costly, with poor customer service and a lack of flexibility. QLIMS, on the other hand, proved to be the perfect fit, making lab management easier and more efficient without the headaches associated with other LIMS solutions.


                At QLIMS, our mission is simple: to make lab management easier, not more complicated. With our affordable pricing, user-friendly interface, and exceptional support, we are proud to be the preferred choice for labs around the world. Join us and experience the QLIMS difference today!

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                QLIMS Emerges as the Fastest-Growing LIMS in the Market

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                We are excited to announce that QLIMS is leading the way as the fastest-growing LIMS in the industry! Our recent surge in new customers is a testament to the benefits of a true SaaS LIMS, and we are proud to be at the forefront of this growth.

                In just the first two months of 2024, QLIMS has welcomed a record number of new customers. This surge highlights the increasing recognition of QLIMS as the preferred choice for laboratories seeking a modern, efficient, and user-friendly solution.

                What sets QLIMS apart is its strong visual approach and easy-to-use configuration tools, which eliminate the need for complex coding. This approach makes lab management more straightforward, allowing users to focus on their core work.

                Ron Kessels, Sales Manager EMEA at OnQ Software, notes that this trend is not limited to one or two industries but is evident across all types of laboratories, underscoring the widespread adoption of QLIMS.

                 

                QLIMS is rapidly becoming the platform of choice for the LIMS community, solidifying our position as a leader in the market. We invite you to join the QLIMS family and experience the benefits of our innovative solution.

                 

                Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting out, QLIMS offers everything you need to enhance your lab’s operations. Contact us today to learn more about how QLIMS can help you achieve your laboratory management goals.

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