LabWare LIMS Wins Prestigious Award From Frost and Sullivan
May 11 2009 Read 1338 Times
LabWare is delighted to announce that it has received the ‘2008 European Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) Company of the Year Award’ from the Frost and Sullivan Market Research organisation following an extensive study of the pharmaceutical and general healthcare industry. The Frost & Sullivan Award for Company of the Year is presented each year to the company that has demonstrated unparalleled excellence within its industry. The Award is based on numerous factors including the company’s business development, competitive strategy, customer satisfaction, and leadership. LabWare was considered to exhibit outstanding management and consistent growth to win this award.
Furthermore, Frost and Sullivan require that recipients of this award must offer “high quality products and/or services and have positive social and economic impact on local and national communities. The company’s customer service offerings and performance are expected to be of very high calibre. The company should have proven expertise in taking advantage of market changes by capturing and solidifying market presence, or through execution of innovative strategies within the existing competitive landscape”.
LabWare is pleased that this award provides further evidence of the dominance LabWare LIMS has achieved and is committed to ensuring the revenues from this market momentum will be channelled to generate ever-improving products and services for its customers.
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