Laboratory information management systems belong to the class of application software intended for storage and management of information obtained in the course of the work of the laboratory. The systems are used to control and manage samples, standards, test results, reports, laboratory staff, instruments, and work flow automation. Integration of laboratory information management systems with the enterprise’s information systems will make it possible to promptly transmit required data to the laboratory and the enterprise administration.
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Skobelev, D.O., Zaytseva, T.M., Kozlov, A.D. et al. Laboratory information management systems in the work of the analytic laboratory. Meas Tech 53, 1182–1189 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11018-011-9638-7