Sciformatix Targets Labs on Tight Budgets with SaaS LIMS Model | GenomeWeb

Next week at the Lab Automation conference in Palm Springs, Calif., LIMS startup Sciformatix will launch its first product — SciLIMS, an "on demand" laboratory information system that it is offering in a software-as-a-service model to small and medium-sized laboratories.

Touting the system as one that "takes virtually zero IT resources to develop, install, or run," the company is hoping to reach a clientele with strapped budgets and little to no on-site IT staff to help deploy and maintain an in-house LIMS.

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