"[LabAnswer is] a great resource to us due to their vast knowledge of LIMS systems."
Leading Pharmaceutical Company
The Nation's Top Laboratory Informatics Consultancy
Laboratory Information Management
LabAnswer is the leading laboratory informatics consultancy. LabAnswer helps companies to strategize, architect, implement, and support scientific data management and laboratory automation projects.
LabAnswer has developed the people, processes, methodologies, and intellectual property to scale for the largest enterprise deployments. The culmination of this experience is: The highest quality work delivered in the most efficient manner.
Major commercial and government organizations come to LabAnswer for instrument support and LIMS/ELN consulting in pharmaceutical, manufacturing, clinical research, medical device, forensics, and public health laboratories.
LabAnswer’s expert teams perform tasks such as assessments, architecture, design, development, implementation, deployment, validation, maintenance, and support outsourcing.
LabAnswer is software and hardware vendor neutral. Supported technologies include:
- Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) / LIS
- Laboratory Instrument Systems
- Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELN)
- Laboratory Execution Systems (LES)
- Data Warehousing, Scientific Data Management Systems (SDMS) or Data Archival
- Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS)
- Chromatography Data Systems (CDS)
- Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP Systems Integration)
For almost two decades, LabAnswer has been involved in hundreds of LIMS and LIS enterprise projects worldwide, performing tasks such as assessments, architecture, design, configuration, development, implementation, integration, deployment, maintenance, and support outsourcing.
LabAnswer is a market leader in the planning and implementation of Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELN) and Laboratory Execution Systems (LES).
The LabAnswer Government Practice continues to work on significant local, state, and federal contracts. We support a wide range of agencies, including metro police department forensic laboratories, state public health laboratories, and the US Department of Health and Human Services. Our work with the National Cancer Institute is opening up the integration of private sector, research, and government agencies in support of translational medicine.
LabAnswer announces the creation of a science and technology Center of Excellence (COE)... The COE team has been tasked with enabling scientists to produce the next major discovery...
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John F. Conway is New
Director of R & D Strategy
LabAnswer announces the formation of a new position, Director of R & D Strategy and names John F. Conway to the position. John will strategize and architect scientific data management systems to streamline R&D processes...
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SAP-QM vs. LIMS:
Could a Dedicated LIMS Cost Less?
Yves Dupont, LabAnswer Senior Manager, expands upon his comments made in an April-May 2013 Scientific Computing World article (“Laboratory Informatics Systems are Fueling Efficiency”) with a whitepaper. The report provides data to answer the questions from IT as to why a dedicated LIMS is necessary. Why not use the existing SAP-QM system? The whitepaper concludes with three different recommendations when selecting between an ERP and LIMS/LES solutions.