In these days where it seems that every feature is available in some of the LIMS, can LIMS (or ELN or LES) vendors compete with features?
If your LIMS runs in a web browser, do you really need to build an app in addition to that? Is a web-based LIMS all you need? The focus of this post is whether you need a LIMS website or app – or even both.
Does transformation require a consultant? Yes, absolutely! Oh, you wanted me to back that up with information, I suppose? Fine, then read this post.
I’m asking for no customer success for LIMS because it’s jargon. Instead, I would like to see leadership and strong project management.
In the LIMS, ELN and LES industry, what is customer service versus customer success? For starters, it’s not the strategy of using “best practices” to fit a square peg in a round hole.
Consultants complain when their customers respond to questions with, “We’ve always done it that way.” However, consultants sometimes do the same thing.
Some people just want a job. Others want a career. For those who want a career, they tend to want to work for a LIMS Leader rather than a LIMS Manager.
It’s rare that we speak about getting the right resources for a project. Even more seldom is that we discuss how LIMS project behavior affects projects. Even beyond that, both personal and organizational behavior affect our LIMS projects.
I skipped last week’s blog post to instead go on a beverage and science trip. And, yes, I did get to talk about LIMS (at least a little bit).
Whenever someone talks about building a custom LIMS, I insist they not take that route. However, there might be situations where that’s feasible. In any case, there are a number of issues to consider.