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NutraSweet's Quality Control and Research laboratories play a critical role in the company. As such, NutraSweet decided to replace its legacy laboratory information management system (based on a customized version of the Beckman Coulter LIMS) with a modern solution that will be easily adaptable to its dynamic requirements while securing the accumulated knowledge and cloning of its established workflow processes.
STARLIMS was selected as the NutraSweet LIMS platform and has since been implemented to automate the raw material, in-process Quality Control operations as well as its final product certification processes. STARLIMS is planning to interface with the company's SAP enterprise systems to further leverage laboratory related information in enhancing operational excellence.
“The NutraSweet Company's former LIMS system utilized older technology, but many of the features that we've become accustomed to using are nonetheless complex,” Stated Kevin Griffin Database Administrator at The NutraSweet Company. “The STARLIMS implementation team has been able to configure the application to perform all of our complex tasks after only brief phone calls or short WebEx sessions. My team members thought many of our current system processes were impossible to duplicate, but these thoughts were erased by the responsiveness of STARLIMS project members.”
About STARLIMS Corporation
Selected as the #1 global LIMS provider, STARLIMS Corporation continues to deliver cost effective, easy-to-use collaborative LIMS solutions to organizations in the public health, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, forensics, food & beverage, environmental and chemical industries.
STARLIMS is a full featured, flexible, multilingual laboratory information management system that provides complete traceability leading to regulatory compliance, without compromising process versatility.
STARLIMS Corporation' 15-year track record together with STARLIMS' architecture have earned the company recognition for "future proofing" our customers investments in internal know-how and for straightforward conversions of disparate legacy systems.