NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Thermo Fisher Scientific and Microsoft have penned a partnership to "web-enable" Thermo’s lab information-management system products with the goal of streamlining and simplifying how customers implement and manage the software, Thermo said yesterday.
 
Thermo Fisher said it will use Microsoft’s ClickOnce technology to update its LIMS solution, which will combine the functionality of a desktop product with the centralized structure of a web-enabled LIMS.
 

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