ATL is pleased to announce the launch of our blog, Accelerating Automation. We have so much to share, and we know you have valuable ideas, thoughts, and input.
An open forum for idea exchange couldn’t come at a better time. We are all under stress, seeking connection as we isolate. In talking with many of you, we realize that you face challenges as you go about your daily work. We know you are overworked, understaffed, possibly even sleeping at your lab with no respite.
Gone are the pleasant outlets and social opportunities—no conventions, conferences, offsite training, or onsite demos. We all have screen fatigue. How many “virtual” events must we endure?
Why not take a break? ATL plans to post on a monthly basis, offering an opportunity for our readers to learn and engage. If you have free time, need a diversion, want to learn something new, or start productive discourse about a trend, challenge, event, article, or if you just need to share, please subscribe.
You won’t want to miss hearing from our guest bloggers—LIMS thought leaders, lab professionals, technology providers, industry leaders, and more. Let us know what’s on your mind.
ATL’s business operations have been affected as we are no longer able to be on-site (with the exception of supporting essential businesses, those on the frontline testing for COVID-19, and our security-driven government clients), but we remain optimistic and as committed as ever to our users’ success. We are working remotely, presenting at virtual industry events, moving our famous LIMS Bootcamp online, and continuing to lead product demos. Our support engineers have not missed a beat—keeping our LIMS installations up and running to support critical functions.
We’ve been reaching out to check on our user family. We know our users, we understand your challenges, and we want to make sure that you are OK. Our concern extends to the scientific community, our colleagues, lab professionals, and peers.
Share your story–tell us how you’re coping. . .
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