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Darwin LIMS for Pharmaceutical R&D and Manufacturing QC

Thermo Electron Corporation, has developed a new datasheet to provide an overview of the capabilities of its newly launched Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) software solution, Darwin LIMST. This comprehensive document is of particular interest to scientists working in Pharmaceutical R&D and Manufacturing Quality Control (QC) laboratories.

Thermo's new datasheet is entitled "DARWIN LIMS - Information Management for Pharmaceutical R&D and Manufacturing QC". It discusses the unique challenges facing the pharmaceutical industry regarding regulatory compliance, complex testing and batch-centric, non-continuous manufacturing processes. It then builds a case for employing COTS solutions instead of generic LIMS to avoid lengthy, costly customization projects.

The new Darwin LIMS datasheet also provides an overview of the software's data processing capabilities. Darwin is able to seamlessly integrate into pharmaceutical manufacturing organizations and interface not only with database systems such as SAP, but also allow interactions with other data treatment applications.

Darwin has been developed by Thermo to lower the risks and reduce the time associated with implementations as well as the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of modern LIMS solutions. Darwin fulfills many customer requirements "out-of-the-box" by providing deeper, more targeted pharmaceutical functionality compared to traditional LIMS. Dissolution, content uniformity, stability, product and batch management and system interfacing are dedicated capabilities within Darwin.

This new datasheet is available free of charge to all laboratory managers in hard copy format or as a downloadable pdf. To obtain a copy of the new datasheet, use the request more information at the bottom of this page.

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Source: Thermo Electron Corporation View latest company information

Posted: January 13, 2006
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