Rick Danielson, Ph.D., Senior Sales Account Executive at ATL, will present Graduating from Spreadsheets to a True LIMS. Due to announced changes in California’s Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (ELAP), there has been increased interest among CWEA members in LIMS as an ideal solution for ensuring that they can comply with the state’s ELAP accreditation requirements. This presentation should appeal to attendees who currently are using paper logbooks or simple spreadsheets to perform sample management, analysis and reporting.
The presentation will offer compelling reasons why laboratories should look at upgrading to a LIMS, especially with some of the latest technology innovations that now make a LIMS affordable to even small laboratories. We will offer guidance on planning for a LIMS and walk through a checklist of key benefits gained from graduating from logbooks and spreadsheets.
ATL also will talk about a CA ELAP LIMS Solution Package for CWEA members. This offering is ideal for laboratories of all sizes and includes attractive pricing discounts. This package was created to help prepare California laboratories for the planned changes to the California ELAP. As an added bonus for CWEA members, any proposed LIMS solution will be discounted 15%. This offer will expire on 12/31/2019.
During the Workshop, ATL will also be exhibiting its market leading LIMS solutions, Sample Master® and TITAN®, along with its integrated web portal (Result Point®), field tablets for data collection products (Sample Master® iMobile and TITAN® iMobile) and instrument integration services. ATL can also discuss Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) or cloud deployment for clients that wish to leverage a hosted, managed LIMS solution.
ATL, headquartered in West End, NC, provides total data management solutions to a variety of industries from analytical, environmental, food & beverage, water and wastewater, oil & gas, government, public health, clinical testing and manufacturing. ATL's LIMS products are installed in over 575 laboratories around the world and supported by a steadfast commitment to excellence in product quality, support and training.
The California Water Environmental Association Tri-Counties Section represents San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties. The mission of this Section is to enhance education and technology to protect the quality of our water resources and to promote the ecological balance with the environment’s other resources such as land and air.