LabWare LIMS Reboot Implementation

Join us Wednesday, August 18 at 2:00 p.m. EDT

In today’s LIMS world, the push is towards agile, flexible, and fast. Pulling this off is complex and challenging, causing restarts to be required. Learning from past experiences, creating a collaborative team with aggressive plans would be one thing, but doing it only to be hit by the unforeseen COVID pandemic is quite another. Being successful requires focused discipline, a clear vision, and a collaborative dedicated team. CSols Inc. and their LabWare client have pulled off such a venture jointly delivering a full end to end LIMS across seven locations within a 12-month period while being agile and flexible.

In one hour, learn how CSols and the client accomplished a successful reboot of the LabWare LIMS implementation. Hear what worked well, what didn’t, and how everyone stayed focused in a fully remote, ever changing environment. We’ll discuss the path that was followed to successfully deliver a restarted LIMS with ERP and instrument integration.


Key Take-Aways:

  • The client’s business needs for a LIMS
  • Challenges the client faced during the first LIMS implementation attempt
  • The assessment CSols made and their proposed plan
  • The approach taken and why it was successful
  • The lessons learned by the client and their path forward

Who Should Attend:

  • Project Managers who focus on complex LIMS implementations in global settings.
  • Clients who’ve tried LIMS implementations previously only to be forced to restart or who are about to embark on complex, aggressively timed efforts.
  • Tech Leads who manage modified agile/agile processes.
  • Technical BAs who participate in LIMS implementations.
  • Decision makers who need to assess projects/plans to determine if they are set up for success.
  • Subject Matter Experts and/or LIMS Administrators who will be using LIMS and are engaged in implementation efforts.


This is not a technical presentation but approaches to blend the technical with the business use cases and competing priorities will be discussed.

Most LIMS implementations fail, most try to do modified agile with little success due to overlapping priorities, most balk at aggressive timelines.  This team didn’t and succeeded by allowing their teams the time to jointly learn, do what they do best and evolve their processes, join us to learn how.