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You may have some or all of your informatics systems in place, and they may work well, but chances are good they do not work well together. Perhaps nowhere is this more noticeable than after mergers, when two or more firms need to be able to access and join previously separate data on frequently incompatible systems. Integration between LIMS and ELN, most notably, as well as between systems has thus far been a pipe dream, but user demands and new product development suggest that interoperable systems may be on the horizon, for example, several solution providers have begun offering ELN modules as part of their larger LIMS. With more and more companies going paperless, many of whom are now moving toward ELN selection and implementation—implementation teams face technological and change management challenges, as well as subsequent issues of interoperability between systems, regulatory oversight, and more. In this interview Matthew Pustelnik, Director, Informatics at Takeda San Diego, speaks with Andrea Charles from Pharma IQ, about data integration, interoperability and the future of laboratory informatics.
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