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AIS LIMS Designed To Support Data Integrity

Analytical Information Systems LTD (AIS) based in Gloucestershire, are keen to reinforce their talent in the marketplace for providing software that complies with the stringent demands of their customers’ accrediting bodies. A Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) is a software developed to enable the user to more easily organise and display data to its best advantage whilst maintaining...

by Leigh on 28-Feb-2017 Read more...

Increasing Productivity In Environmental Labs

Gloucestershire based AIS LTD are working in partnership with environmental, soil and water testing laboratories to increase sample throughput and productivity by implementing their latest cost effective Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS). Laboratories responsible for the analysis of environmental, soil and water samples are seeking the expertise of the AIS staff and their versatil...

by Christina on 16-Dec-2016 Read more...

Customer Quotes

Glasgow Scientific Tracy Macbeth - Laboratory Manager

Glasgow Scientific Services, one of the largest Local Authority Public Analyst Services in the UK, has been using AIS LIMS since 2000, processing some 30,000 diverse sample types every year. The initial capital investment in moving to AIS LIMS was...

Hampshire Scientific Service Shayne Dyer - Technical Manager & Public Analyst

We’ve had our AIS LIMS system since 2000 and it’s an integral part of our processes. As well as helping to accurately record samples with multiple users, it also helps us track our samples, showing how long it is taking. Reports are highly...

Anglia Ruskin University The Salivary Analysis Laboratory within the Department of Psychology

AIS LIMS is now the ‘heart’ of the laboratory dealing as it does with almost every aspect of the saliva samples ‘life cycle’ - from the creation of the barcodes, the entry of the samples into the lab through the analysis of the ELISA data, reporting...

 
 
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