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Web-based LIMS for forensic information management

StarLIMS : 09 December, 2008  (Application Story)
Pacific Rim law enforcement agency selects STARLIMS for managing Government forensic evidence, seized goods and court exhibits
STARLIMS Technologies has been selected by a government law enforcement agency in the Pacific Rim for a $3.3 million award covering licenses for the Company's web-based STARLIMS software as well as implementation services and first-year maintenance.

STARLIMS will provide a unified information management solution to automate and manage the entire lifecycle of the agency's forensic samples, exhibits and seized properties. Replacing several legacy and paper-based systems, STARLIMS will enable remote data entry in a standards-compliant fashion, web-based information sharing across the department's multiple sites, and single-search data mining across numerous forensic disciplines.

"We are very pleased by the signing of this significant contract, which is continued validation that our web-based solution is well-suited to meet the needs of regulatory-driven, multi-disciplinary and distributed environments, including forensics," said Jeff Ferguson, COO of STARLIMS. "In recent years, there has been an ever-increasing demand for forensic LIMS, and our forensic solution suite has grown to cover not just the scientific evidence life-cycle, but also the demanding requirements for traceability, accountability and chain-of-custody management."

STARLIMS supports law enforcement agencies' compliance with ASCLD-LAB and ISO17025, which are key regulatory requirements for the development of quality standards in the forensic environment.
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