LIMS Webinar: Software for Quality Assurance in the Laboratory - 25/03/2021 (in German)
Does paper really still fit into today’s idea of a modern laboratory? Considering the sheer volume of information and strict data security requirements that contract labs, research labs, and company labs encounter across virtually all industries, the question inevitably arises: Is paper still the way to go for laboratories? Discover a holistic software solution that enables successful information management in the lab and ensures compliance with all applicable standards and guidelines – all of this without a single sheet of paper.
Laboratory Information Management System
From sample analysis to process visualization, document management, and equipment integration: let us show you a software solution that covers all facets of laboratory operations. Whether guidelines and regulations such as GxP, 21 CFR Part 11, FCC, USP, or the implementation of standards such as ISO 9001 and ISO 17025: learn how CAQ.Net® software enables you to create a fully networked, scalable, and future-proof LIMS that ensures continuous compliance, data integrity, and traceability.
A Software Solution That Offers More
With CAQ.Net® software, you not only have a clear overview of the entire situation in the laboratory, but of the entire company. The software creates data transparency by stringently connecting all aspects of your management system, or to put it differently: Thanks to intelligent networkability, CAQ.Net® is a software solution that quite simply offers more than just LIMS.
From Practice for Practice
As a special highlight, Dr. Jochen Jung, Quality Control Manager at Jungbunzlauer Ladenburg, will show us his CAQ.Net® solution and how he uses it to meet the needs of his laboratory today in a fully paperless manner.
With annual sales of over EUR 700 million and 1,060 employees in Germany, Austria, France, Canada, and Switzerland, Jungbunzlauer is one of the worlds leading manufacturers of biodegradable ingredients.
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Registration – Webinar (German)
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